Born in 1937 to a Czech diplomat father, Madeleine Albright had an inside look at the world of diplomacy from the start. And in 1997, President Bill Clinton named her U.S. Secretary of State – at the time the highest office ever held by a woman in the Federal government. Albright died Wednesday – she was 84. So today, we’ll revisit host Krys Boyd’s 2017 conversation with her, before a live audience at the LBJ Presidential Library in Austin, when they talked about her career in diplomacy and life as a woman in leadership.
This episode originally aired on November 1, 2017.