John Graham has forged his role as a global leader over five decades. A U.S. Foreign Service Officer for fifteen years, he was in the middle of the (first) revolution in Libya in 1969, then led a team in one of the most difficult and dangerous areas of the war in Vietnam. For three years in the mid-seventies, he was a member of NATO’s top-secret Nuclear Planning Group, then served as a foreign policy advisor at the U.S. Congress for Senator John Glenn. At the United Nations, he led a team of American diplomats wrestling with the political and economic problems of the developing world. He's helped lead the Giraffe Heroes Project since 1984 and is now President of Giraffe Heroes International. His leadership of environmental groups in the Pacific Northwest has led to major progress on key issues.
Graham gives speeches and seminars on leadership and civic engagement all over the world. His books, articles and blogs make him a frequent commentator on major television and radio programs and in print.
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John Graham on RT Discusses Terror Attacks in France
Former US diplomat John Graham talks to Russia Television (RT) about the US bombing in Libya of an ISIS training camp. Watch it here.
KPLU, a Seattle NPR affiliate, interviews John Graham and his daughter Malory, both survivors of the burning and sinking of the cruise ship Prinsendam in October 1980. The Coast Guard calls this rescue- in a violent storm in the Gulf of Alaska-- "the greatest air-sea rescue ever."
What makes us safe in a very unsafe world? John Graham spoke at the Caux Forum on Human Security, a by-invitation global gathering of leaders he called “one of the most exciting and promising conferences I've been to in years.” Read his blog article.
Author and motivational speaker John Graham talks about his adventurous early years--and how they led to a life of service--on "KCTS 9 Connects" with host Enrique Cerna.