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Making History: Kamala HARRIS, America’s First Female Vice President – and President?
Born to immigrant parents from Jamaica and India, Kamala HARRIS grew up in the African American community in Berkeley, California. From there, she started an unlikely journey to become a female, black prosecutor – and then shattered one glass ceiling after another: first female and Black District Attorney of San Francisco, Attorney General of California, Senator, now Vice President. What would it mean for domestic and geopolitics and businesses if Kamala HARRIS took over as US-President during the first Biden administration or in 2024?

stars Alumna Marie-Astrid LANGER is the California based correspondent for Neue Zuercher Zeitung, has covered Harris’ rise in the past years and recently published the book “Kamala Harris – Ein Porträt” (Suhrkamp Verlag). In our stars Webinar, she will talk about where Harris came from, what forces shaped her – and where she is headed next.

Nov 4, 2021 05:00 PM in Zurich

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Marie-Astrid LANGER
stars Alumna; US-Correspondent, Neue Zuercher Zeitung, San Francisco, United States
Marie-Astrid LANGER is the West Coast Correspondent for Neue Zuercher Zeitung (NZZ), Switzerland’s leading newspaper founded in 1780. She covers evolving technology trends in Silicon Valley as well as political feature stories across America. Marie-Astrid is a young leader of Atlantikbruecke and the American Swiss Foundation. Previously, she was an NZZ editor in Zurich in charge of U.S. domestic politics, and in 2015 she was the Arthur F. Burns fellow with The Wall Street Journal’s technology bureau in San Francisco. Marie-Astrid attended the Henri-Nannen-Journalism school in Hamburg with stints at the D.C. bureau of Der Spiegel and Zeit Online.