Please join us for what promises to be a fascinating discussion about Winston Churchill with Lee Pollock of the Internation Churchill Society. Lee will be in conversation with our own Jon Grand, a Churchill scholar as well!
Lee Pollock is a writer, historian and public speaker on the life and times of Winston Churchill. He has served as a Trustee and Advisor to the Board as well as Executive Director of The International Churchill Society, the leading worldwide organization dedicated to preserving Churchill's legacy for future generations.
Mr. Pollock played a principal role in the development of the National Churchill Library and Center in Washington, DC, the leading center for Churchill scholarship and studies in the United States. His responsibilities have also included publishing the Journal of Winston Churchill Finest Hour, organizing the annual International Churchill Conference and supporting writing and research by leading historians.
Born in Montreal, Canada, Mr. Pollock graduated from McGill University and holds a master’s degree from the University of Chicago. He is a Fellow of the National Churchill Museum, a Director of The Chicago Architecture Foundation and a member of The Caxton Club and the Economic Club of Chicago. Mr. Pollock is also a Wall Street Journal Op-Ed writer on Churchill.
He has spoken about the life and times of Winston Churchill at museums, universities, government agencies, clubs and other organizations throughout the United States, Canada and Britain. His subjects have included:
- Winston Churchill: Secrets of Leadership
- Franklin and Winston: The Friendship that Saved the World
- At Churchill’s Table: Dining and Diplomacy with History’s Greatest Leaders
- Winston Churchill: American Hero
- Winston Churchill and the Jews
- Winston Churchill and the American Civil War
He is the author of “Action This Day: Adventures with Winston Churchill”.