More Links in Ways To Give

Ambassadors Circle

Virtual Events

Honoring and Building on Mrs. Carter's Mental Health Legacy

Jan. 25, 2024

Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter was a fierce and effective advocate with a belief in the power of policy and government for change. She was a driving force in the field of mental health and an advocate for family caregivers at every stage of their journey. Join leadership from The Carter Center's Mental Health Program and the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregivers as they discuss the new Public Policy initiative to realize her vision through building their policy agendas and national presence, leading the organizations through a new phase of impact and reach.

Law Enforcement Accountability and The Carter Center: What, Where, and Why?

Nov. 3, 2022

During this brownbag speaker series event, you will hear from Carter Center project leads based in core countries and experts in policing, communities, and mental health about why law enforcement accountability work is important; where and what work is being done in this space; and opportunities for expansion.

America in Crisis II: How The Carter Center is Working to Rebuild Trust in American Elections

March 30, 2022

In 2020, The Carter Center began working to increase trust and transparency in elections in the United States. Hear from Avery Davis-Roberts and Kevin Johnson about the challenges to American democracy and elections and what the Center is doing in 2022 and beyond to help our elections meet international standards and best practices.

America in Crisis: How The Carter Center is Working to Address Polarization and Threats to Democracy

Feb. 17, 2022

In 2020, The Carter Center began working to address elections and the increasingly polarized situation in the United States for the first time. Hear from Stacia George, director, Conflict Resolution Program, and advisor Nathan Stock on how The Carter Center is working to build networks across divides to reduce and prevent identity-based violence and ensure electoral processes can take place safely and effectively – all while maintaining a nonpartisan position.

Carter Center Neglected Tropical Diseases Update

Jan. 30, 2022

In honor of World NTD Day, the January Ambassadors Circle webinar spotlights the work of the Carter Center’s River Blindness Elimination Program. Join Gregory Noland, program director, river blindness, lymphatic filariasis, schistosomiasis, and malaria, and his team as they discuss the progress combating river blindness in Nigeria, the renewed fight against river blindness and lymphatic filariasis in Sudan, and their other achievements and priorities. They also discuss why misuse of ivermectin for COVID-19 threatens progress in eliminating NTDs across the globe.

View events from previous years »

Join Us Today

Sign Up For Email

Please sign up below for important news about the work of The Carter Center and special event invitations.

Please leave this field empty
Now, we invite you to Get Involved


Questions? Please contact us!
(404) 420-3814

Back To Top