Madlin Sadler of the International Rescue Committee to Speak with Journalist Scott Pelley at Greenwich Library

Greenwich Library is pleased to welcome Madlin Sadler, Chief Operating Officer of the International Rescue Committee (IRC) for a Signature Series discussion with journalist Scott Pelley of CBS News’s 60 Minutes. The event will be held in the Library’s Berkley Theater on Tuesday, November 15, at 7:00 p.m. It will also be livestreamed.

Madlin Sadler, Chief Operating Officer of the International Rescue Committee (IRC)
Scott Pelley of CBS News’s 60 Minutes

Join us for a wide-ranging conversation on the global refugee crisis in Europe and the US and its impact around the world.

Madlin Sadler is the Chief Operating Officer of the International Rescue Committee (IRC) where she is responsible for operational functions as well as Strategy, Gender, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, and External Relations. She previously worked as a Special Adviser in the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Department of the Environment. Her prior roles include Director of Social Impact and External Affairs for Mishcon de Reya, Director of Governmental Affairs at Ford Motor Company, and Policy Advisor in the European Parliament.

Scott Pelley is among the most experienced reporters in American journalism. He has been a correspondent for 60 Minutes since 1999. From 2011 to 2017, Scott also served as Anchor and Managing Editor of The CBS Evening News. In more than 32 years at CBS News, Scott has covered the major stories of our times and interviewed the news makers who have changed our world.

Registration using the Library’s calendar is required, click to register for in-person or livestream.

Greenwich Library’s Signature Series offers dynamic, exceptional public programming that engages the Greenwich community and region, featuring nationally recognized experts for timely analysis and conversations that promote an exchange of ideas. This series is made possible through the support of the Greenwich Library Board of Trustees and contributions from generous individual donors.

For more information, please contact Kathy Cihi at (203) 622-7967.