The University of Louisville
Kentucky Author Forum presents
The Plot to Hack America: How Putin’s Cyberspies and WikiLeaks Tried to Steal the 2016 Election
Interviewed by Ned Price
Malcolm Nance is an American author and media commentator on terrorism, intelligence, insurgency and torture. He is a former United States Navy senior chief petty officer specializing in naval cryptology. He spent 35 years participating in field and combat intelligence activity including both covert and clandestine anti & counter-terrorism support to national intelligence agencies. Nance is also a member of the advisory board of directors for the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C.
Ned Price directs policy and communications for National Security Action. He previously served as a Special Assistant to President Obama on the National Security Council staff, where he also was the Spokesperson and a Senior Director. Prior to his tenure at the White House, Ned was at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), where he was a spokesperson and, before that, a President’s Daily Bulletin briefer and senior analyst.
5:00 PM - Carmichael's Book Sale - Wine & Cheese provided by Brown-Forman
6:00 PM - Interview in the Bomhard Theater
7:00 PM - Q & A
A $25 ticket includes the above three events
8:15 PM - Dinner in honor of the Author will take place at the Muhammad Ali Center
A $120* package ticket includes the above three events plus dinner with author & interviewer
*$50 tax deductible, with proceeds to nonprofit Kentucky Author Forum
Kentucky Center Members
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SCENE at the Center, our small plates eatery, offers bar and food service two hours prior to most performances in Whitney Hall and the Bomhard Theater. Kitchen service ends as the curtain rises, but beverage service will continue throughout the performances and extend through midnight on Friday and Saturday nights.