Join Global Atlanta on Tuesday, October 3 for another interview in the Consular Conversations series presented by Miller & Martin PLLC, featuring Anat Sultan-Dadon, Consul General of Israel to the Southeastern United States.
The discussion will include a one-on-one interview with the Global Atlanta Managing Editor, Trevor Williams, followed by a moderated audience Q&A.
A follow-up of the event will be published in an article following the discussion. Consular Conversations Annual Pass holders will have exclusive access to a post-event recording of the discussion.
Discussion Topics Include:
– Governor Kemp’s recent Israel mission
– Tourism growth after the Delta Tel Aviv flight launch
– Fostering tech, investment, and trade ties
– Linking R&D and innovation ecosystems (smart mobility, energy, fintech, and more)
– University and defense partnerships
– Understanding current affairs within Israel
– Fighting anti-semitism in the Southeast
Meet Our Speaker:
Anat Sultan-Dadon assumed her role as Consul General in Atlanta in July 2019. Consul General Sultan-Dadon joined the Israeli diplomatic corps in 2004 and has held various positions at the Embassies of Israel in Cameroon, Germany, the Netherlands and Australia.
At the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem, Sultan-Dadon has held positions in the Euro-Asia and the Asia-Pacific Divisions. Sultan-Dadon earned a B.A. in Psychology and Education from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1999 and continued at the University to
earn her M.A. in Criminology with high honors.
In 2020, Sultan-Dadon was honored by Morehouse College with induction into the Martin Luther King
Jr. International College of Ministers and Laity. In her current role in Atlanta, Sultan-Dadon is responsible for advancing all aspects of the bilateral relations between Israel and the seven states covered by the Consulate General of Israel to the Southeast: Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Anat Sultan-Dadon is married to Yaron and they are the proud parents of three girls.