Free Webinar: Election day:
Why will America Never Be the Same?

hosted by the Geneva Chapter


Philippe Mottaz, Journalist, Founder of the Geneva Observer Former Washington Bureau Chief, White House correspondent for the RTS
Stéphane Bussard, Journalist at Le Temps, Head of the International Organizations in Geneva, Former correspondent for Le Temps in NYC

Chair: Bertrand Baleydier

Co-chair: Julie Bertolus


The Geneava Chapter is inviting you to this free 30-minute presentation which will be followed by a Q&A.

Date: Tuesday 3. November 2020

Time: 17.30 to 18.30

Register here 

(registration will close at mid-night on 2. November)

For and on behalf of the Harvard Club Geneva Chapter

Betrand Baleydier


Meet the Speakers

Philippe Mottaz

Philippe MottazAuthor. Award winning entrepreneur. Former board member. Award-winning multilingual journalist and broadcast senior executive with recognized strategic vision. Former Washington Bureau Chief and White House correspondent for a public broadcaster. Strong leadership qualities with proven management track record anchored in transdisciplinarity and participatory approach in creative industries, media and in multicultural environments. Broad and global experience and familiarity with the digital age with renewed emphasis on the arts and culture sector.


Stéphane Bussard

Stephane BussardStéphane Bussard was Le Temps US correspondent in New York from 2011 to the end of 2016. He has covered the Obama years and observed the rise of Trumpism, from Donald Trump’s victory in the Republican primaries to his election to the White House. He’s the co-author of the book #Trump, De la Démagogie en Amérique. Covering today international Geneva, he has been a reporter at large in countries like Lebanon, Israel, Iran, Russia, Italy, UK, India, Germany, Hungary, Thailand and Cuba. He graduated in international relations from the Graduate Institute in Geneva. He saw up close the peaceful revolution in East Germany leading to the fall of the Berlin Wall. He’s also a translator (French, English, German, Italian.





5:30PM - 6:30PM Tue 3 Nov 2020, Europe/Zurich timezone



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