Through The Noise
April 7, 2016
Caroline Scullin of The Wilson Center on the Necessity of Dialogue not Diatribes
Through the Noise #164
Caroline Scullin // Vice President, External Relations // Wilson Center
Today we’re pleased to welcome Caroline Scullin, Vice President of External Relations for the Wilson Center – the nation’s premier nonpartisan think tank based in Washingon, DC. Created to honor the memory of President Woodrow Wilson, the Center is a place where scholars and experts from around the world gather to do and present research and to make the knowledge of academia more relevant, digestible, and useful for public policy makers, the media, as well as the general public. Ms. Scullin helps explain the role and value of the Center through the recent Iran agreement. The Center has the influence and the means to convene diverse voices and perspectives, ensuring that the research produced incorporates multiple viewpoints.
Caroline Scullin is the Vice President for External Relations at the Wilson Center. Caroline had over 20 years of experience in strategic communications in the public, private and non-profit sectors tackling complex issues and conveying them to a wide range of audiences and stakeholders.
The Wilson Center is a non-partisan think tank and living national memorial to President Woodrow Wilson. The Center addresses global issues through independent research and open dialogue to inform actionable policy ideas.