April 14th, 201412:00 PM ET
Washington (CNN) – Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will address a large Jewish group in May, adding another forum to her schedule in which she’s expected to talk about Mideast peace and Iran's nuclear program.
Clinton will deliver the closing address at the 2014 American Jewish Committee's Global Forum in Washington, D.C. on May 14, and organizers anticipate Clinton will "give her view on the issue of utmost concern to us," which include Iran's nuclear program, the rise of global anti-Semitism and the role of Israel in the Mideast peace process.
The address will mark the fourth time Clinton has addressed the American Jewish Committee. According to Ken Bandler, the group's spokesman, Clinton addressed the group as first lady, senator from New York and most recently as secretary of state in 2010.