The popular program, now in its twelfth year, brings public figures from the worlds of foreign policy, business and finance, the visual and performing arts, journalism and media, government, and the humanities to present on a topic of their choice to audiences in a Saturday breakfast roundtable setting in the Mountain View Room of the Conference Center of Lake Placid
Jules B. Kroll, Investigations, Intelligence, Security, and Risk Evaluation. Jules Kroll is Chairman and co-founder of K2 Intelligence and, prior to that, founder, in 1972, of Kroll Associates, which was the largest private investigations, intelligence, and security firm in the world. He is now also Chairman and CEO of Kroll Bond Rating Agency, the first independent bond rating agency formed since the 2008 credit crisis
Adirondack Roundtables, which include a full breakfast, begin at 8:30 a.m., with the speaker presenting at 9, followed by Q & A. Cost of each Roundtable is $30 by reservation, $35 at the door, as seating is limited and reservations are strongly recommended.