While we haven’t heard much of James Comey since his departure from the FBI, he has found something to keep him busy.
He’ll be lecturing at Howard University in Washington, D.C.
Any guesses as to what the topic of his lectures will be?
NPR has the story:
“Former FBI Director James Comey is scheduled to deliver a convocation address at Howard University next month, part of a series of lectures he’s been invited to give during the coming academic year at the historically black college.
Howard officials said Comey had agreed to donate $100,000, his full compensation as the school’s King Endowed Chair in Public Policy, to a scholarship fund for students who come from foster homes.
Comey and his wife Patrice are longtime supporters of foster children, as NPR has reported.
The new role continues a connection that the former FBI director had forged with Howard. Earlier this year, Comey invited university President Wayne A.I. Frederick to address FBI employees, part of an effort Comey had been making to diversify the ranks of the bureau, which is overwhelmingly white and male.”
Do you get the feeling that we haven’t heard the last of Comey?
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