The Humpty Dumpty Institute (HDI) works around the world to inform and foster dialogue amongst critical stakeholders on key global issues. We do this through our programs with the U.S. Congress and the United Nations, engaging young people, supporting cultural diplomacy, and working on humanitarian programs.
HDI’s cultural programming has included working with institutions on the West Coast of the U.S., including the U.S. film industry based in Los Angeles. HDI has also worked closely with the University of California (UCLA) School of Theater, Film & Television in training international filmmakers. Five members of HDI’s Congressional Advisory Board represent districts in California.
To strengthen our cultural programming and partnerships on the West Coast, HDI is delighted to announce the appointment of Ms. Millie Harmon Meyers to oversee HDI’s cultural and programming activities. Ms. Meyers will be based in Los Angeles.
Ms. Meyers has a long career in public service and international affairs. From 1996 to 2021, she served at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations (USUN), initially as Chief of Protocol for Ambassador Madeline Albright and then as Director of Special Projects. At USUN, Ms. Meyers organized briefings, panel discussions, and trips to promote the national interest and the security of the United States through enhancing understanding and fostering dialogue with foreign audiences. One of Ms. Meyers principal responsibilities was broadening dialogue between American citizens and international institutions. Ms. Meyers has a long history in the non-profit world. She worked with the NAACP Legal Defense Fund as well as the Overseas Education Fund. Ms. Meyers has also been active with the Israel Policy Forum, Conservation International and the Women’s Committee of Refugee Women & Children.