U.S.-Baltic Foundation

Ambassador Council Speakers Series

The Ambassador Council Speakers Series hosts public affairs events and programs featuring prominent government and private sector leaders from the Baltics and the U.S.  The series encourages greater integration, cooperation and investment, as well as provides an opportunity for USBF supporters to meet Ambassadors Council members, Administration and Congressional officials, businesspeople and Baltic government and business representatives.  Previous Council programs have featured:

  • Capitol Hill preview of The Singing Revolution with Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves
  • Estonian President Arnold Ruutel, in cooperation with the World Affairs Council of Northern California and Stanford University
  • Andris Auksmanis, Executive Director of the Soros Foundation- Latvia
  • Ingrida Udre, Speaker of the Latvian Parliament, and Representative John M. Shimkus (R-IL), Co-chair of the House Baltic Caucus, in cooperation with the Illinois State Society
  • Trade and Investment luncheon featuring U.S. Ambassadors Catherine Todd Bailey (Latvia), Stephen Mull (Lithuania) and Aldona Wos (Estonia) and Latvian Minister of Economy A.K. Kari

Press Releases

Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves attends USBF sponsored Capitol Hill premiere of The Singing Revolution


How you can help:

You can support the Ambassadors Council Speakers Series by being a sponsor for one of our luncheons at the U.S. Capitol.  If you are interested in being a sponsor, please contact USBF Office Manager Trevor Dane at [email protected] for more information.


Share your ideas with us:

Do you have comments, suggestions or questions?  Put Ambassadors Council Speakers Series in your e-mail subject line and send it to: [email protected]