-Council On Foreign Relations 58 E 68th St New York, NY 10065-5953 (212) 434-9400
-Council On Foreign Relations 1779 Massachusetts Ave NW, Ste 710 Washington, DC 20036-2109 (202) 518-3400
Board of Directors
Richard N. Haass President, Council on Foreign Relations
-Richard N Haass 3 E 84th St New York, NY 10028-0407 Map & Directions
Robert E. Rubin Co-Chairman; Former Secretary of the U.S. Treasury
Spouse: Judith Oxenberg
-Robert E Rubin 911 Park Ave, Apt 14A New York, NY 10075-0385 [Household: Judith O Rubin]
Richard E. Salomon Vice Chairman; Managing Partner, East End Advisors, LLC
-Richard E Salomon 10 Gracie Sq New York, NY 10028-8031 (212) 737-3753
-Richard E Salomon 610 Fifth Ave New York, NY 10020-2403 (212) 218-8840
-Richard E Salomon 630 Fifth Ave New York, NY 10111-0001 (212) 903-1204
Carla A. Hills Co-Chairman; Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Hills & Company
-[Business and/or home: Job: Carla A Hills Esquire, Owner] Carla Hills 1120 20th St NW, Frnt 2 Washington, DC 20036-3411 (202) 822-4700
Peter Ackerman Managing Director, Rockport Capital, Inc.
-Peter L Ackerman 3229 R St NW Washington, DC 20007-2941 [Age: 60-64 / Household: Elliot L Ackerman]
Fouad Ajami M. Khadduri Prof. of Middle Eastern Studies, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University
-Fouad A Ajami 315 Riverside Dr, Apt 16D New York, NY 10025-4114 (212) 864-3822 [Age: 65+]
Madeleine K. Albright Principal, Albright Stonebridge Group LLC
-Madeleine K Albright 1318 34th St NW Washington, DC 20007-2801
-Madeleine K Albright 3700 39th St NW Washington, DC 20016-5513
Charlene Barshefsky Senior International Partner, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP
based in Washington, DC.
Henry S. Bienen President Emeritus, Northwestern University
-Henry S Bienen 639 Central St. Evanston, IL 60201-1732 [Age: 65+ / Household: Leigh B Bienen, G Bienen]
Alan S. Blinder Gordon S. Rentschler Memorial Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, Princeton University
b. 1945; wife, Madeline, live in Princeton, N.J.; they have two sons.
-Alan S Blinder 218 Cherry Hill Rd Princeton, NJ 08540-7624 (609) 921-9771 [Household: Madeline D Blinder, Scott Blinder]
David G. Bradley Chairman, Atlantic Media Company
-David G Bradley 2211 30th St NW Washington, DC 20008-2703 [Age: 55-59 / Household: Katherine B Bradley]
Tom Brokaw Special Correspondent, NBC News
He has been married to Meredith Lynn Auld since 1962. They have three daughters, Jennifer Jean, Andrea Brooks and Sara Auld. …based in New York, NY.
-?> Thomas Brokaw 373 Bleecker St New York, NY 10014-3212 (212) 924-4599
Sylvia Mathews Burwell President, Global Development Program, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
from Hinton, West Va.
Frank J. Caufield Co-Founder, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
b. 1939; also director of The U.S. Russia Investment Fund, Refugees International, etc.
Wife: Karen…based in San Francisco, CA.
-Frank J Caufield 2845 Sycamore Canyon Rd Santa Barbara, CA 93108-2026 (805) 565-9212 [Age: 65+ / Household: Karen S Caufield]
Kenneth M. Duberstein Chairman and CEO, The Duberstein Group, Inc.
-Kenneth M Duberstein 5032 Lowell St NW, Washington, DC 20016-2606 (202) 363-1028 [Age: 65+]
Martin S. Feldstein President Emeritus, National Bureau of Economic Research
As a member of the board of AIG Financial Products, Feldstein was one of those who had oversight of the division of the international insurer that contributed to the company’s crisis in September, 2008. He has also served as a board member for Eli Lilly and Company.
On February 6, 2009, Feldstein was announced as one of U.S. President Obama’s advisors on the President’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board.
On May 27, Feldstein announced he will step down as a director of AIG.
b. 1939…wife, Kathleen…based in Cambridge, MA.
-Martin S Feldstein 147 Clifton St, Belmont, MA 02478-2603 (617) 484-4758 [Age: 65+ / Household: Kathleen F Feldstein]
-President Emeritus / NBER 1050 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02138-5398 Tel: (617) 868-3905 Fax: (617) 868-7194 email@example.com
Stephen Friedman Chairman, Stone Point Capital
He worked for much of his career with investment bank Goldman Sachs, holding numerous executive roles. He was from 2002 to 2005 United States Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and director of the National Economic Council.
Friedman is chairman emeritus of Columbia University and chairman emeritus of the executive committee of the Brookings Institute. He’s also currently on the board of Memorial Sloan-Kettering along with Richard Beattie, Stanley Druckenmiller, Bruce Ratner, Mort Zuckerman, David Koch, and Marie-Josee Kravis.
On May 7, 2009 Friedman resigned as Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in response to criticism of his December 2008 purchase of $3 million of stock in Goldman Sachs.
Friedman’s wife, Barbara Benioff Friedman, is chair of the board of governors at Hebrew Union College. They live on Fifth Avenue and have three kids, including two daughters, Susan (“Suzy”) and Caroline. Their son, David Benioff…is married to actress Amanda Peet.
b. 1937…based in New York, NY.
-?>Stephen Friedman 737 Park Ave New York, NY 10021-4256 (212) 988-2122
b. 1951…based in Chestnut Hill, MA.
-Ann M Fudge 156 Wapoos Trl, Chatham, MA 02633-2542 (508) 945-1372 [Age: 55-59 / Household: Richard E Fudge]
-Ann M Fudge 2400 Beacon St, Ph 601 Chestnut Hill, MA 02467-1475 (617) 505-6248 [Age: 55-59 / Household: Richard E Fudge]
-Ann M Fudge 4 Lowlyn Dr Westport, CT 06880-1829 [Household: Richard Fudge]
J. Tomilson Hill Vice Chairman, The Blackstone Group
-J Tomilson Hill 4 E 72 St; Manhattan, NY 10021 (212) 734-9015
-J Tomilson Hill E Dune Ln; East Hampton, NY 11937 (631) 324-0008
-J Tomilson Hill 41 The Cir; East Hampton, NY 11937 (631) 324-0152
-J Tomilson Hill 248 Piping Rock Rd; Locust Valley, NY 11560 (516) 759-9169
Donna J. Hrinak Senior Director, Latin America Government Affairs, PepsiCo, Inc.
b. 1950…based in Purchase, NY.
-Donna J Hrinak 16721 SW 78th Ct Palmetto Bay, FL 33157-3789 [Age: 55-59 / Household: Farans Hrinak]
Alberto Ibargüen President & Chief Executive Officer, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
based in Miami, FL.
Shirley Ann Jackson President, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
In 2009, appointed to serve on the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, a 20 member advisory group dedicated to public policy, etc.
Jackson serves on the boards of directors of many organizations: New York Stock Exchange / the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution / IBM Corporation / FedEx Corporation / Marathon Oil Corporation / Medtronic Inc. / Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated / Trustee of the Brookings Institution / Life Member of the MIT Corporation (MIT Board of Trustees) / Trustee of Georgetown University / Former Trustee of the Pingry School / Board Member Campus Compact.
b. 1946…married to Dr. Morris A. Washington, and has one son, Alan…based in Troy, NY.
Henry R. Kravis Founding Partner, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.
…married to Marie-Josée Drouin…owns homes in New York, NY; Southampton, New York; Palm Beach, Florida; Paris, France; Meeker, CO; and Sharon, CT. Henry has one younger brother, George R. Kravis, who lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma….two children, Robert R. Kravis and Kimberly Kravis Schulhof, both of whom are now in their late forties.
b. 1944…Net Worth $2.6 billion…based in New York, NY.
Jami Miscik President and Vice Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.
…also served as the Co-Head of the Obama Transition Team for the Intelligence Community.
-Jami Miscik 5505 W Tulare Ave, Spc 409 Visalia, CA 93277-3798 (559) 732-7346 [Household: John S Miscik, Judith A Miscik]
Joseph S. Nye, Jr. Distinguished Service Professor, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
based in Cambridge, Mass.
-[Job: Harvard College President Fllws, Dean] Joe Nye 79 Jfk St, Cambridge, MA 02138-5801 (617) 495-1100
Ronald L. Olson Senior Partner, Munger Tolles and Olson LLP
b. 1941…Wife: Jane Olson (three children); Daughter: Kristin Olson McKissick, Son: Steven Olson, Daughter: Amy Olson Duerk…based in Los Angeles, CA.
-Ronald L Olson 4 Oak Knoll Ter, Pasadena, CA 91106-4534 (626) 792-0250 [Age: 65+ / Household: Jane T Olson]
James W. Owens Chairman & CEO, Caterpillar Inc.
Other directorships held by Owens include Alcoa, and International Business Machines. On October 22, 2009 Caterpillar announced that Douglas R. Oberhelman will succeed Owens as CEO on July 1, 2010 and as Chairman on October 31, 2010.
b. 1946…based in Peoria, IL
-Trying to find CONTACT INFO for a CEO? We help for FREE! “James W. Owens (wife: Kimberly) 1284 CARIBOU TRL CAROL STREAM, IL 60188 (630) 837-9498 (708) 543-2396 (possible Cell Phone) ADDRESS VERIFIED …” http://www.contact-the-ceo.com/page2.html
Colin L. Powell United States Army (Ret.)
-Colin Powell 3118 Westover Dr SE Washington, DC 20020-3720 (202) 584-1524 [Household: Savoy Terrell, James E Terrell, Gaillena H Terrell, Mary G Terrell, Robert M Terrell]
Penny Pritzker President & Chief Executive Officer, Pritzker Realty Group, L.P.
-Penny S Pritzker 1875 N Orchard St, Chicago, IL 60614-5105
-Penny Pritzker “address unavailable” Aspen, CO (970) 920-7737
-Penny Pritzker “address unavailable” Aspen, CO (970) 920-7788
David M. Rubenstein Co-Founder and Managing Director, The Carlyle Group
-David M Rubenstein 4114 3rd St NW Washington, DC 20011-4806 (202) 387-9015 [Household: Michael U Rubenstein]
George E. Rupp President and CEO, International Rescue Committee
George and his wife Nancy are the parents of two adult daughters who are teaching and writing, one with scholarly expertise in East Asia and the other a specialist in African studies, and the grandparents of five children, three boys and two girls.
-George E Rupp 206 Old Dike Rd Trumbull, CT 06611-3334 [Age: 65+ / Household: Nancy F Rupp]
Frederick W. Smith Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Federal Express Corporation
Wife: Diane Smith (five daughters, three sons).
Joan E. Spero Visiting Fellow, Foundation Center
-Joan E Spero 1165 Park Ave New York, NY 10128-1210 (212) 876-8146 [Age: 65+ / Household: Michael E Spero, C M Spero]
Vin Weber CEO and Managing Partner, Clark & Weinstock
b. 1944…based in Washington, DC.
-Vin V Weber 7701 Ridgecrest Dr Alexandria, VA 22308-1052 (703) 765-7447 [Age: 55-59 / Household: Cheryl L Weber, John V Weber]
Christine Todd Whitman President, The Whitman Strategy Group
-Christine T Whitman PO Box Oldwick, NJ 08858-0146 (908) 234-0398 [Age: 60-64 / Household: John R Whitman, Taylor P Witman]
Fareed Zakaria Editor, Newsweek International
based in New York, N.Y.
-[Job (and / or home): Trilateral Commission, Board of Directors] 3139 Dobson St, Apt 2 Pittsburgh, PA 15219-6506 (412) 378-0331
Officers and Directors Emeriti:
Leslie H. Gelb President Emeritus and Board Senior Fellow
-Leslie H Gelb 150 E 69th St New York, NY 10021-5704 (212) 988-9343 [Household: Judith C Gelb]
Maurice R. Greenberg (Honorary Vice Chairman)
Maurice R. Greenberg (Honorary Vice Chairman)
He is married and has four children. He is the father of Jeffrey W. Greenberg, former chairman and CEO of Marsh & McLennan Companies (MMC) before he was ousted, and of Evan G. Greenberg, president and CEO of ACE Limited. Together, he and his sons controlled a major portion of the insurance industry.
-Maurice R Greenberg 3056 Sanctuary Ter, Key Largo, FL 33037-3763 (305) 367-2018 [Household: Corinne Greenberg]
-Maurice R Greenberg Barracuda Ln, Ocean Reef Club, FL (305) 367-2689
-Maurice R Greenberg 1 E 66th St New York, NY 10065-5854 [Age: 65+ / Household: Corinne P Greenberg]
-Maurice R Greenberg 399 Park Ave New York, NY 10022-4614
Charles McCurdy Mathias, Jr. (Director Emeritus)
Charles McCurdy Mathias, Jr. (Director Emeritus)
-Charles M Mathias Jr 3808 Leland St Chevy Chase, MD 20815-4902 (301) 986-1620 [Age: 65+ / Household: Robert T Mathias, Sarah A Mathias, Ann B Mathias]
Peter G. Peterson (Chairman Emeritus)
Peter G. Peterson (Chairman Emeritus)
b. 1926…He is married to Joan Ganz Cooney, stepmother to Peterson’s five children…
-?> Joan G Cooney 810 Fifth Ave New York, NY 10065-7270 [Age: 65+]
David Rockefeller (Honorary Chairman)
David Rockefeller (Honorary Chairman)
-David Rockefeller 104 Walkers Mills Rd; Germantown, NY 12526-5223 (518) 537-5271 [Peggy Rockefeller]
-?>Margaret L Rockefeller 299 Maple Dr; Penn Yan, NY 14527-9618 (315) 781-1986 [65+]
-David A Rockefeller Jr 77 Park Ave New York, NY 10016-2556
Robert A. Scalapino (Director Emeritus)
Robert A. Scalapino (Director Emeritus)
-Robert A Scalapino 2850 Buena Vista Way Berkeley, CA 94708-2016 (510) 644-2633 [Age: 65+ / Household: Ida M Scalapino]
Richard N. Haass President, Council on Foreign Relations
Former State Department director of policy planning and lead U.S. official on Afghanistan and Northern Ireland (2001 – 2003), and principal Middle East adviser to President George H.W. Bush (1989 – 1993). Author or editor of eleven books on U.S. foreign policy, including War of Necessity, War of Choice: A Memoir of Two Iraq Wars.
Expertise: U.S. foreign policy; international security; globalization; Asia; Middle East
Janice L. Murray Senior Vice President, Treasurer, and Chief Operating Officer
Jeffrey A. Reinke Chief of Staff to the President
Charles Landow Special Assistant to the President, Research
Eva Tatarczyk Executive Assistant to the President
Lilita V. Gusts Secretary of the Corporation
Alton Frye Presidential Senior Fellow Emeritus
Frequent consultant to executive and legislative branches; expert on national security strategy and arms control.
Expertise: National security strategy; arms control; legislative-executive branch relations.
Leslie H. Gelb President Emeritus and Board Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
Pulitzer Prize-winner, former correspondent for the New York Times, and senior official in State and Defense Departments; expert on U.S. foreign policy and national security. Author of the new book Power Rules: How Common Sense Can Rescue Foreign Policy (HarperCollins, March 2009).
Expertise: U.S. foreign policy; national security; Russia; Persian Gulf.
Fiona Korwin-Pawlowski Special Assistant to the Senior Vice President, Treasurer, and Chief Operating Officer
Chris Moree Program Assistant, Executive Office
Kanika Srinivasan Special Assistant to the President
Jeanne-Paloma Zelmati Research Associate to the President Emeritus and Board Senior Fellow
Task Force Program
Anya Schmemann Director, Task Force Program
Kristin Lewis Program Coordinator, Task Force Program
Lisa Shields Vice President for Communications and Marketing
Anya Schmemann Director, Communications
Melinda Brouwer Associate Director
Leigh-Ann Krapf Associate Director
Nidhi Sinha Assistant Director
Sarah Doolin Communications Coordinator
Madeleine Gray Assistant to the Vice President
Foreign Affairs: Editorial
James F. Hoge Jr. Editor, Peter G. Peterson Chair, Foreign Affairs
Editor of Foreign Affairs, the premier journal on international affairs and foreign policy, former editor of the Chicago Sun-Times, and former publisher of the New York Daily News; expert on U.S. foreign policy and media issues.
Expertise: U.S. foreign policy; media issues; trends in international economics.
Gideon Rose Managing Editor, Foreign Affairs
Former National Security Council official in the Clinton administration; expert on national security and terrorism.
Expertise: International conflict; Middle East, Persian Gulf, and South Asia; terrorism; economic sanctions.
Stéphanie Giry Deputy Managing Editor
David Feith Assistant Editor/Editorial Intern
Kathryn Allawala Research Associate
Elira Coja Editorial Assistant
Rosemary Hartman Assistant to the Editor
Sasha Polakow-Suransky Associate Editor
Stuart Reid Associate Editor
Joshua Yaffa Associate Editor
Foreign Affairs: Publishing
David Kellogg Senior Vice President and Publisher
Lynda Hammes Deputy Publisher and Director, Online Strategy
Edward Walsh Advertising Director
Emilie Harkin Senior Manager, Marketing and Online Business
Andrea Martin Manager, Retail Marketing and Fulfillment
Carolina Aguilar Advertising Sales and Marketing Coordinator
Rachel Leven Assistant Manager, Operations and Marketing
Michael Pasuit Senior Account Manager
Katie Sedgwick Special Assistant to the Senior Vice President and Publisher
Patricia Lee Dorff Director, Publishing
Lia C. Norton Production Editor
Robert McMahon Editor
Deborah Jerome Deputy Editor
Bernard Gwertzman Consulting Editor
Hagit Bachrach Multimedia Coordinator
Jayshree Bajoria Staff Writer
Greg Bruno Staff Writer
Toni Johnson Staff Writer
Aimee Rawlins Copy Editor
Jeremy Sherlick Multimedia Producer
Roya Wolverson Staff Writer
Web Management and Development
Tom Davey Director
Cree Frappier Deputy Director
Thomas Katavic Web Support Associate
Joan McGrath Web Producer
Geddes Munson Web Applications Manager
Daniel Nakhla Web Producer
Carl Strolle Web Technical Producer
David Rockefeller Studies Program: Director of Studies Office
James M. Lindsay Senior Vice President, Director of Studies, and Maurice R. Greenberg Chair
Award-winning coauthor of America Unbound: The Bush Revolution in Foreign Policy and former director for global issues and multilateral affairs at the National Security Council.
Expertise: U.S. foreign policy; Congress; domestic politics; news media and public opinion.
Janine Hill Deputy Director of Studies Administration
Former corporate lawyer and banker with expertise in international law and conflict prevention.
Expertise: Corporate finance; corporate law; international law; and conflict prevention
Amy Gunning Baker Associate Director, Studies Administration and Junior Staff Professional Development Program
Jean-Michel Oriol Associate Director, Budget Management
Melanie Gervacio Lin Assistant Director of Studies
Katherine Howell Studies Administrator
Andrew Lim Program Associate
Francesca Peretti Assistant to the Senior Vice President and Director of Studies
David Rockefeller Studies Program: Fellows
Elliott Abrams Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies
Former senior director for democracy and human rights, senior director for the Near East, and deputy national security adviser handling Middle East affairs in the George W. Bush administration. Former assistant secretary of state for UN affairs, human rights, and Latin America in the Reagan administration.
Expertise: U.S. policy in the Middle East, Israel-Palestinian affairs, democracy promotion, human rights policy, U.S. foreign policy.
Edward Alden Bernard L. Schwartz Senior Fellow
Former Washington bureau chief at the Financial Times. Latest book, The Closing of the American Border, examines U.S. visa and border policies in the wake of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
Expertise: U.S. economic competitiveness, U.S. trade policy, visa and immigration policy.
Caroline Atkinson Adjunct Senior Fellow for International Economics
Director for external relations for the International Monetary Fund. Former economics and finance reporter for the Washington Post. Currently directing a roundtable series on global economics.
Expertise: Financial crises management; foreign exchange markets; international economics; IMF and the World Bank; Japan; Argentina.
Mohamad Bazzi Adjunct Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies
Journalism professor at New York University. Former Middle East bureau chief at Newsday. Currently working on a project about Hezbollah and the Shiite community in Lebanon.
Expertise: Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Islamic militancy, Shiite politics.
John B. Bellinger III Adjunct Senior Fellow for International and National Security Law
Partner at Arnold & Porter, LLP. Former legal adviser for the U.S. Department of State and National Security Council. Currently directing a roundtable series on international and national security law.
Expertise: International law and international criminal justice; international humanitarian law and human rights law; international criminal tribunals, including the International Criminal Court; treaty law; international and domestic law applicable to counterterrorism operations, including detention policies; intelligence law and covert action; U.S. national security organization and process; U.S. national security statutes.
Richard K. Betts Adjunct Senior Fellow for National Security Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
Author of Surprise Attack: Lessons for Defense Planning and professor at Columbia University. Commissioner to the National Commission on Terrorism and former staff member of the Senate Intelligence Committee. Current work examines the U.S. national security agenda.
Expertise: Intelligence and U.S. defense policy; military strategy; political and military intelligence; international conflict; terrorism.
Jagdish N. Bhagwati Senior Fellow for International Economics
Author of In Defense of Globalization, special adviser to the UN and the World Trade Organization, and professor of economics at Columbia University. Latest book, Termites in the Trading System, discusses the deleterious effects of preferential trade agreements.
Expertise: International trade; economic policy reforms; immigration.
Stephen Biddle Senior Fellow for Defense Policy
Award-winning author of Military Power: Explaining Victory and Defeat in Modern Battle. Former associate professor and Elihu Root chair of military studies at the U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute. Current work examines U.S. defense policy and strategy.
Expertise: U.S. national security policy; military strategy and the conduct of war; technology in modern warfare; recent operations in the war on terror.
Max Boot Jeane J. Kirkpatrick Senior Fellow for National Security Studies
Award-winning author and former editorial editor for The Wall Street Journal. Author of War Made New: Technology, Warfare, and the Course of History, 1500 to Today. Currently writing a history of guerrilla warfare.
Expertise: Defense policy; defense budget; proliferation; nation-building and peacekeeping; democracy and human rights; U.S. grand strategy; national security; military technology; military history; U.S. foreign policy; terrorism and guerilla warfare; terrorism; media.
David Braunschvig Adjunct Senior Fellow for Business and Foreign Policy
International investment banker, advises on cross-border mergers and acquisitions. Conducts research on business and transatlantic relations.
Expertise: International business; finance and economics; media and communications; technology and foreign policy.
John Campbell Ralph Bunche Senior Fellow for Africa Policy Studies
Ambassador to Nigeria, 2004-2007. Political Coounselor at the U.S. Embassy in Pretoria during South Africa’s first non-racial elections, 1994. Career Foreign Service Officer, 1975-2007. Currently writing a book on contemporary Nigeria.
Expertise: Nigeria, South Africa, U.S.policy toward Africa. HIV/AIDS in Africa.
Jerome A. Cohen Adjunct Senior Fellow for Asia Studies
Internationally renowned expert on the Chinese legal system and professor at NYU School of Law. Current work examines the role of law in Asian countries.
Expertise: Legal and business transactions in Asia; international relations of East Asia; international law.
Isobel Coleman Senior Fellow for U.S. Foreign Policy
Author of the forthcoming book Paradise Beneath Her Feet: Women and Reform in the Middle East (Random House). Recently coauthored Strategic Foreign Assistance: Civil Society in International Security. Director of CFR’s Women and Foreign Policy program.
Expertise: Economic development; gender issues in the Middle East and Southwest Asia; foreign aid; microfinance; education reform in the Middle East.
Steven A. Cook Hasib J. Sabbagh Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies
Author of Ruling But Not Governing: The Military and Political Development in Egypt, Algeria, and Turkey. Directed the Council-sponsored Independent Task Force on U.S. policy toward reform in the Arab world. Currently writing a book on the future of U.S.-Egypt relations.
Expertise: Politics in the Arab world; U.S.-Middle East policy; Turkish politics; civil-military relations in the Middle East; Arab-Israeli conflict.
James P. Dougherty Adjunct Senior Fellow for Business and Foreign Policy
A corporate executive with extensive experience in high technology and international political economy. Currently directing a roundtable series on technology, innovation, and American primacy.
Expertise: American economic competitiveness; technological innovation and foreign policy.
Steven Dunaway Adjunct Senior Fellow for International Economics
Former deputy director of the Asia and Pacific department at the International Monetary Fund. Author of the Council Special Report, Global Imbalances and the Financial Crisis.
Expertise: International economics and finance; International Monetary Fund; China.
Elizabeth C. Economy C.V. Starr Senior Fellow and Director for Asia Studies
Award-winning author of The River Runs Black: The Environmental Challenges to China’s Future. Currently writing a book on the implications of China’s global quest for natural resources.
Expertise: Chinese domestic and foreign policy; U.S.-China relations; global environmental issues.
Evan A. Feigenbaum Senior Fellow for East, Central, and South Asia
Former deputy assistant secretary of state for South Asia, deputy assistant secretary of state for Central Asia, and member of the policy planning staff for East Asia. Author of books on China. Now writing a book on the reemergence of Asia as an integrated strategic space and the global implications of the rise of Asian power.
Expertise: China, India, Central Asia, Japan, North and South Korea, Russia; energy, Caspian oil and gas; China and India as emerging global powers; economic integration in East, Central, and South Asia; U.S. foreign policy; new global and Asian regional architecture.
Noah Feldman Adjunct Senior Fellow
Professor of law at Harvard University. Author of After Jihad, What We Owe Iraq, and Divided by God. Former senior constitutional adviser to the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq. Author of The Fall and Rise of the Islamic State, released in April 2008.
Expertise: Relationship between law and religion in both the Western and Middle Eastern context; Middle East politics; North Africa; Islamic constitutional thought.
Charles D. Ferguson Philip D. Reed Senior Fellow for Science and Technology
Recipient of the Robert S. Landauer Memorial Lecturer Award for outstanding scientific achievement toward improving the security of radioactive sources. Author of the Council Special Report Nuclear Energy: Balancing Benefits and Risks and director of the Council Special Report China, Space Weapons, and U.S. Security.
Expertise: Nuclear nonproliferation; nuclear and radiological terrorism; prevention and response; U.S. and international nuclear policies; arms control, climate change, energy policy, and nuclear energy.
Stephen E. Flynn Ira A. Lipman Senior Fellow for Counterterrorism and National Security Studies
Author of The Edge of Disaster: Rebuilding a Resilient Nation (2007) and America the Vulnerable (2004). Former adviser on homeland security for the U.S. Commission on National Security (Hart-Rudman Commission) and retired Coast Guard officer. Researches and writes on issues related to homeland security.
Expertise: Catastrophic terrorism; emergency preparedness; critical infrastructure protection;trade and transportation security; and border control modernization.
Laurie A. Garrett Senior Fellow for Global Health
Pulitzer Prize-winner and author of the Council report HIV and National Security: Where are the Links? Presently writing a book examining the global impact of infectious disease.
Expertise: Global health systems; chronic and infectious diseases; bioterrorism; public health and its effects on foreign policy and national security.
James M. Goldgeier Whitney Shepardson Senior Fellow for Transatlantic Relations
Award-winning author, former State Department official, and staff member of the National Security Council. Professor of political science and international politics at George Washington University. Latest book is America Between the Wars (with Derek Chollet, PublicAffairs Books, June 2008).
Expertise: Transatlantic relations; U.S.-Russian relations; NATO; the European Union.
Roger M. Kubarych Henry Kaufman Adjunct Senior Fellow for International Economics and Finance
Former chief economist at the New York Stock Exchange and senior economic adviser at an international banking firm. Currently writing a book examining the American financial system and corporate scandals.
Expertise: International finance; economics.
Charles A. Kupchan Senior Fellow for Europe Studies
Professor of international affairs at Georgetown University and former director for European affairs at the National Security Council. Currently writing a book on the international order and how to preserve transatlantic peace.
Expertise: NATO; European Union; U.S. national security; nationalism; the Balkans.
Joshua Kurlantzick Fellow for Southeast Asia
Former foreign correspondent and journalist covering Southeast Asia. Current research focuses on reinvigorating U.S. policy toward Southeast Asia, China’s strategy toward Southeast Asia, and lessons of Indonesia as a successful Muslim-majority democracy. Author of Charm Offensive: How China’s Soft Power is Transforming the World, released in 2006, and of numerous articles and briefs on Southeast Asia, China, and democratization in the developing world.
Expertise: Southeast Asia, China; Asian regionalism; public diplomacy; democratization in the developing world.
Paul Lettow Adjunct Senior Fellow
Former senior director for strategic planning and institutional reform, National Security Council staff. Author of Ronald Reagan and His Quest to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (Random House, 2005). Current work focuses on strengthening the nuclear nonproliferation regime.
Expertise: U.S. national security policy; nuclear nonproliferation; diplomatic history; structure and process of U.S. national security policymaking.
Michael A. Levi David M. Rubenstein Senior Fellow for Energy and the Environment and Director of the Program on Energy Security and Climate Change
Author of On Nuclear Terrorism, released November 2007. Directed the recent Council-sponsored Independent Task Force on climate change.
Expertise: Climate change; energy policy; weapons of mass destruction; homeland security; arms control and proliferation; technology and foreign policy; science and technology in the Islamic world.
Marc Levinson Senior Fellow for International Business
Economist, historian, and longtime journalist. Author of The Box: How the Shipping Container Made the World Smaller and the World Economy Bigger, and many other books and articles.
Expertise: Finance and investment, financial regulation, environment, trade policy, shipping, and supply chains.
Thomas W. Lippman Adjunct Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies
Author and journalist specializing in Middle East affairs and Islam. Currently working on a book about the future of Saudi Arabia and its implications for the United States.
Expertise: Middle East history and politics; U.S. relations with Arab world; history and economy of Saudi Arabia; nuclear proliferation in the Middle East.
Princeton N. Lyman Adjunct Senior Fellow for Africa Policy Studies
Former U.S. ambassador to South Africa and Nigeria and former assistant secretary of state for international organization affairs. Directed the Council-sponsored Independent Task Force that produced the report More Than Humanitarianism: A Strategic U.S. Approach Toward Africa.
Expertise: Sub-Saharan Africa; economic development; democratization and elections; civil reconstruction; conflict prevention; global governance; United Nations; HIV/AIDS.
Sebastian Mallaby Director of the Maurice R. Greenberg Center for Geoeconomic Studies and Paul A. Volcker Senior Fellow for International Economics
Columnist and former editorial board member at the Washington Post. Currently writing a book on hedge funds.
Expertise: Globalization, trade, foreign assistance, hedge funds.
Jeffrey Mankoff Adjunct Fellow for Russia Studies
Associate director of International Security Studies, Yale University. Author of Russian Foreign Policy: The Return of Great Power Politics (Rowman & Littlefield, March 2009).
Expertise: Russian foreign policy; U.S.-Russian relations; European diplomatic and military history; nationalism and ethnic conflict.
Daniel Markey Senior Fellow for India, Pakistan, and South Asia
Former State Department policy planning staff member. Current work focuses on U.S. policy in South Asia, especially Pakistan and India.
Expertise: South Asia; U.S. foreign policy; international security; international relations theory.
Walter Russell Mead Henry A. Kissinger Senior Fellow for U.S. Foreign Policy
Award-winning author of Special Providence: American Foreign Policy and How It Changed the World. Author of God and Gold: Britain, America, and the Making of the Modern World, released in October 2007. Author of a blog at The American Interest.
Expertise: U.S. foreign policy; international political economy; domestic politics; religion and foreign policy.
Peter Navario Fellow for Global Health
Public health specialist with expertise in developing country HIV/AIDS treatment rollouts and health systems. Conducting roundtables on issues pertaining to global health development programs and global health governance.
Expertise: HIV/AIDS; global health governance; developing country health systems; developing country health policy.
Shannon K. O’Neil Douglas Dillon Fellow for Latin America Studies
Director of the recent Council-sponsored Independent Task Force on U.S. policy toward Latin America. Currently authoring a book on Mexico.
Expertise: Latin America; policy reform; immigration.
Meghan L. O’Sullivan Adjunct Senior Fellow
Jeane Kirkpatrick Professor of International Affairs at Harvard University’s Kennedy School. Former Deputy National Security Advisor for Iraq and Afghanistan, former advisor to the Coalition Provisional Authority in Baghdad, former member of State Department policy planning staff handling Northern Ireland peace process, Iran, Syria, and relations with the Muslim world.
Expertise: U.S. foreign policy and national security strategy; counterinsurgency; nation-building; the geopolitics of energy; Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan.
Stewart M. Patrick Senior Fellow and Director, Program on International Institutions and Global Governance
Former State Department policy planning staff member. Current work focuses on U.S. policy toward global governance. Author of The Best Laid Plans, released in November 2008.
Expertise: Multilateral cooperation, international institutions and global governance; United Nations; weak and failing states; foreign assistance and post-conflict reconstruction; transnational threats; U.S. foreign policy; diplomatic history.
Adam Segal Maurice R. Greenberg Senior Fellow for China Studies
Currently leading a study group on Asian innovation and technological entrepreneurship. Forthcoming book looks at the technological rise of Asia. Previously the project director for a Council-sponsored Independent Task Force on Chinese military modernization.
Expertise: Technology and development in China and India; East Asian security; Chinese domestic and foreign policy.
Daniel Senor Adjunct Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies
Former foreign policy advisor in the administration of George W. Bush and senior advisor to the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq; previous foreign policy and communications aide in the U.S. Senate. Currently a founding partner of Rosemont Capital and author of Start-up Nation: The Story of Israel’s Economic Miracle.
Expertise: Middle East and Persian Gulf geopolitics, security, and economics; Israeli-Palestinian relations; Iraq; nation-building; post-conflict stabilization; role of foreign policy issues in domestic U.S. politics; media coverage of war; U.S. public diplomacy.
Stephen Sestanovich George F. Kennan Senior Fellow for Russian and Eurasian Studies
Former ambassador-at-large and special adviser to the secretary of state for policy toward the states of the former Soviet Union. Directed the CFR-sponsored Independent Task Force that produced the report Russia’s Wrong Direction: What the United States Can and Should Do.
Expertise: Russia and the former Soviet Union; Caucasus and Central Asia; U.S. foreign policy.
Amity Shlaes Senior Fellow for Economic History
Author of the bestselling The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression. Adjunct associate professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business and syndicated columnist for Bloomberg. Current work includes a development of a new history of the 1960s.
Expertise: Germany; Russia; history; economics; U.S. tax policy; relative competitiveness.
Steven Simon Adjunct Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies
Award-winning coauthor of The Age of Sacred Terror and The Next Attack. Former director for global issues and senior director for transnational threats at the National Security Council. Current work examines the consequences of the American intervention in Iraq, Muslim/non-Muslim relations, and the role of religion in U.S. foreign policy.
Expertise: U.S. security policy in the Middle East and South Asia; Middle East politics; Palestinian-Israeli relations; transatlantic approaches to Islamic activism; terrorism and counterterrorism; intelligence reform.
Matthew J. Slaughter Adjunct Senior Fellow for Business and Globalization
Associate dean and professor of international economics at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College and former member of the Council of Economic Advisers. Coauthor of the recent Council Special Report, Global FDI Policy.
Expertise: The economics and politics of globalization, multinational firms and capital markets, immigration, technological innovation, and the causes and consequences of the globalization backlash.
Sheila A. Smith Senior Fellow for Japan Studies
Expert on Japan and Asian international relations. Currently directing the New Regional Security Architecture for Asia program.
Expertise: Japanese domestic politics and foreign policy; Northeast Asia regional security; international relations of the Asia Pacific.
Scott A. Snyder Adjunct Senior Fellow for Korea Studies
Senior associate at the Asia Foundation and Pacific Forum CSIS. Author of China’s Rise and the Two Koreas.
Expertise: Politics and foreign policy of South Korea and North Korea; U.S.-Korea relations; Northeast Asian security; and U.S.-Asia relations.
Paul B. Stares General John W. Vessey Senior Fellow for Conflict Prevention and Director of the Center for Preventive Action
Expert on emerging regional and international security challenges. Led the bipartisan Genocide Prevention Task Force’s Expert Group on Preventive Diplomacy. Currently focusing on future conflict trends and associated prevention strategies.
Expertise: U.S. national security policy, conflict prevention strategies, U.S. counterterrorism policy, Northeast Asia security
Benn Steil Senior Fellow and Director of International Economics
Award-winning writer, and editor of the scholarly journal International Finance. His most recent book Money, Markets, and Sovereignty analyzes the historical relationship between money and national sovereignty and its importance in understanding contemporary globalization.
Expertise: Financial markets; securities trading; international finance.
Julia E. Sweig Nelson and David Rockefeller Senior Fellow for Latin America Studies and Director for Latin America Studies
Award-winning author of Inside the Cuban Revolution and director of numerous Council-sponsored Task Forces on Latin America. Her latest book Cuba: What Everyone Needs to Know was released in June 2009.
Expertise: Latin America; U.S.-Latin America policy; Anti-Americanism.
Author of The Guardians of the Revolution: Iran’s Approach to the World (Oxford University Press, May 2009). Served as senior adviser to the special adviser for the Gulf and Southwest Asia at the U.S. Department of State.
Expertise: Iran; Persian Gulf and U.S. foreign policy.
Matthew C. Waxman Adjunct Senior Fellow for Law and Foreign Policy
Associate Professor of Law at Columbia Law School. Currently directing a roundtable series on the rule of law and U.S. foreign policy.
Expertise: Domestic and international legal aspects of counterterrorism.
Micah Zenko Fellow for Conflict Prevention
Political scientist with expertise in national security issues. Currently researching and writing on the prevention of violent conflict and turning his dissertation on limited uses of military force into a book.
Expertise: Conflict prevention; U.S. national security policy; military planning and operations; nuclear weapons policy.
David Rockefeller Studies Program: Visiting Fellows
Colonel David W. Allvin Military Fellow, U.S. Air Force
Previously, Colonel Allvin served as Commander, 97th Air Mobility Wing, Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma. He has completed various operational and staff assignments in the United States and Europe as well as being a command pilot with 4,500 flying hours in over 30 different aircraft types.
Expertise: National security and defense.
Kim Barker Edward R. Murrow Press Fellow
Former foreign correspondent for the Chicago Tribune, covering India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan for almost five years. Studying detention issues and writing about her experiences in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Expertise: U.S. policy in Afghanistan and Pakistan; Afghan and Pakistan government policy; NATO in Afghanistan; Pakistan-India relations; Kashmir.
Scott G. Borgerson Visiting Fellow for Ocean Governance
Former director of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy’s Institute for Leadership. Adjunct senior research scholar at Columbia University working on issues related to the foreign policy implications of the melting Arctic, homeland security, and the future of shipping. Currently directing a roundtable series on strategic ocean governance.
Expertise: The Arctic; ocean policy; homeland security; U.S. foreign policy; shipping.
Bronwyn E. Bruton 2008-2009 International Affairs Fellow in Residence
Captain Eustaquio Castro-Mendoza, USN Military Fellow, U.S. Navy
Captain Castro-Mendoza was mostly recently director of analysis in the Security and Intelligence Directorate. Previously, he was the vice director for intelligence at the U.S. Southern Command and the chief of staff for intelligence for Commander Naval Air Forces.
Expertise: Tactical, operational, and strategic intelligence; U.S. national security strategy; U.S. maritime strategy; Latin America; operations in the war on terror.
Colonel Bjarne M. Iverson, USA Military Fellow, U.S. Army
Colonel Iverson is an engineer officer and a Middle East foreign area officer. His most recent tour was as executive officer to General David H. Petraeus during his command of Multi-National Force – Iraq and US Central Command.
Expertise: Middle East: military strategy and conduct of war in Iraq; counterinsurgency and counter-terrorist operations in Afghanistan, Iraq; MA in Near Eastern Studies from Princeton University; Arabic linguist.
Lydia Khalil International Affairs Fellow in Residence
Former counterterrorism analyst for the New York Police Department and policy adviser for the Coalition Provisional Authority in Baghdad. Working on a forthcoming book on the Middle East.
Expertise: Iraq, Egypt, Kurdish issues, Middle East politics and political reform; terrorism and counterterrorism, international terrorism and security, insurgency and counterinsurgency.
Nicole E. Lewis National Intelligence Fellow
Expertise: China; Intelligence.
Kara C. McDonald International Affairs Fellow in Residence
Former director for UN Affairs at the National Security Council and Foreign Service officer with the U.S. Department of State. Currently researching multilateral planning for peace-building operations.
Expertise: Africa, Central and Eastern Europe; United Nations; democracy, human rights, international organizations; peacekeeping and peacebuilding operations.
Colonel John R. Parker, USMC Military Fellow, U.S. Marine Corps
Colonel Parker is a CH-46E pilot with numerous deployments to the Mediterranean and Middle East while participating in operations in Iraq, Somalia, Albania, Congo, Zaire, Macedonia, Kosovo, and Turkey. His most recent tour was at U.S. Special Operations Command.
Expertise: U.S. national security policy; military strategy and the conduct of war; technology in modern warfare; recent operations in the war on terror; special operations.
Marisa L. Porges International Affairs Fellow in Residence
Former policy advisor on counterterrorism issues at both the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Currently researching long-term approaches to mitigating terrorist threats, including detainee rehabilitation efforts.
Expertise: U.S. national security policy; terrorism and counterterrorism policy; terrorist financing, U.S. detention policy, Arabian Peninsula issues.
Jacob Walles Cyrus Vance Fellow for Diplomatic Studies
Former U.S. Consul General and Chief of Mission in Jerusalem from 2005 to 2009. In over twenty five years with the Department of State, he served in the Middle East and Europe and has been an active participant in Middle East peace efforts dating back to the 1991 Madrid Conference.
Expertise: U.S. policy in the Middle East; Israeli and Palestinian affairs; U.S. foreign policy; international economics policy.
David Rockefeller Studies Program: Research Associates
Richard Bennet Research Associate
Dora Beszterczey Research Associate
Preeti Bhattacharji Research Associate
Justin Biolo Research Associate
Kaysie Brown Deputy Director, International Institutions and Global Governance
WooJung Chang Research Associate
Gideon Copple Research Associate
Rebecca Friedman Research Associate
Lauren Gottlieb Research Associate
Mark Holden Research Associate
Curran Kennedy Research Associate
Joshua Kvernen Research Associate
Jaeah Lee Research Associate
Michal Lewin-Epstein-Pollock Research Associate
Brian Lowe Research Associate
Daniel Michaeli Research Associate
Katherine Michonski Research Associate
Parke Nicholson Research Associate
Arpana Pandey Research Associate
Peter Rudegeair Research Associate
Conor Savoy Research Associate
Michelle Smith Research Associate
Edward Stein Research Associate
Paul Swartz Analyst, Center for Geoeconomic Studies
Eliza Sweren-Becker Research Associate
Farah Faisal Thaler Research Associate
Peter Tillman Research Associate
Gaurav Tiwari Research Associate
Elise Vaughan Research Associate
Stephen Wittels Research Associate
Sophia Yang Research Associate
El’Haum Alavian Research Associate
John Chen Research Associate
Asch Harwood Research Associate
Linakis Lauren Research Associate, Middle Eastern Studies
Robert Nelson Research Associate, Asia Studies
Kate Pynoos Research Associate
New York Meetings Program
Nancy D. Bodurtha Vice President
Stacey La Follette Director of Meetings Administration
Meaghan Mills Associate Director
Vera Ranola Associate Director
Valentina Barbacci Assistant Director
Olympia Ochoco Program Associate
Jacob Roskelley Assistant to the Vice President
Madison Schramm Program Assistant
Kay King Vice President, Washington Program
Former deputy assistant secretary of state for legislative affairs and vice president for external relations at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Expertise: U.S. foreign policy; Congress and foreign policy; media and public opinion; international education.
Christopher Tuttle Deputy Director and Director of Planning and Administration
Portia Hickson Executive Assistant to the Vice President
Timothy Westmyer Special Assistant to the Vice President
Emily McLeod Associate Director
Jessica Fleuti Assistant Director
Cassie Friedl Program Associate
Jeffrey Gullo Program Associate
Scott Macmurdo Program Associate
Washington External Affairs
Chelsi A. Stevens Associate Director, Congress and U.S. Foreign Policy
Thomas Bowman Assistant Director, Washington Program
Betsy Bryant Program Coordinator, Congress and U.S. Foreign Policy
Washington Facility and Event Operations
Jayson Frum Director of Operations and Project Management
Rachel Peterson Director, Event Management and Special Events
Eric Voss Deputy Director of Facility Operations
Maureen Hughes Assistant Event Manager
Vanessa Robertson Office Manager
Amber Kirtley Event Assistant
Felipe Vaquerano Facility Operations Assistant
Kimi Xaisanasy-Baylon Assistant to Director of Operations and Project Management
National Program and Outreach
Irina A. Faskianos Vice President for National Program and Outreach
Marjorie Brands-McCarthy Deputy Director
Francesca Filippelli Program Coordinator
Jessica Finz Program Coordinator
Kate Irwin Program Associate
Maureen La Clair Program Assistant
Elizabeth McCourt Program Associate
Madison Schramm Program Assistant
Tiffany Tribbitt Special Assistant to the Vice President, National Program and Outreach
Membership, Fellowship, and Corporate Affairs
L. Camille Massey Vice President
Aimee Carter Washington Director, Corporate Affairs
Brian Byrd Deputy Director, Membership Affairs
Jana Gasn Beauchamp Deputy Director, Member Relations
Helen Belmont Associate Director, Corporate Affairs
Victoria Alekhine Assistant Director, Fellowship Affairs
Jessica Wirth Program Associate, DC Corporate Affairs
Scott Bradbury Program Coordinator, Membership Affairs
Julie Jenkins Business Manager
Roma Kaundal Special Assistant to the Vice President
Caroline Martinez Program Associate, Corporate Affairs
Rashmi Singh Program Coordinator, Corporate Affairs
Suzanne E. Helm Vice President
Betsy Gude Director of Development Operations
Sharon R. Herbst Director, Special Projects
Sofia Eastman Assistant Director, Special Projects
Jessica Legnos Assistant Director, Foundation Relations
Sophia Greenhouse Development Associate
Lena Moy Gifts Administrator
Janice L. Murray Senior Vice President, Treasurer, and Chief Operating Officer
Jan Mowder Hughes Deputy Chief Operating Officer
Kenneth Castiglia Chief Financial Officer
Jennifer Perez Deputy Director
Latoya Stewart Senior Accountant, Financial Analysis
Sigi Silvani Accounting Manager
Evanda Butler Staff Accountant
Linda Copeland Accounting Associate
Vera Langley Accounting Associate
Anisa Leka Accounting Associate
Betty Mak Accounts Payable Associate
Jan Mowder Hughes Director of Human Resources
Margot Morey Deputy Director, New York
Nancy Cho Associate Director
Katie Droy Benefits and Compensation Manager
Ethel Baril Human Resources Generalist
Daniel Barker Interdepartmental Program Associate
Lucy Dunderdale Interdepartmental Program Associate
Peter Mellgard Interdepartmental Program Associate
Charles Smith Human Resources Associate
Angela Yturri Human Resources Coordinator
Radmila Jackovich Manager of Reception Services
Melanie Neergaard Manager of Reception Services
Patrice Sullivan Human Resources Assistant
Library and Research Services
Lilita V. Gusts Director, Library and Research Services
Marcia L. Sprules Deputy Director
Michelle Baute Associate Director, Web Research Sources
Erika L. Anderson Technical Services Coordinator
Nicholaos Fokas Library Assistant
Barbara K. Miller Consulting Archivist
Laura Puls Library Assistant
Connie M. Stagnaro Assistant Director, Archives and Intranet Development
Charles Day Chief Technology Officer
Deepak Trivedi Deputy Director, Information Services Operations
Richard Wawzycki Deputy Director, Information Technology
Robert Allende Help Desk Technician
Sadia Bhatti Senior Network Engineer
Alice McLoughlin Assistant to the Chief Technology Officer
Roberto Osoria Senior Programmer Analyst
Virginia Rolston Parrott Database Manager and Technical Trainer
Chris Sierra LAN Administrator and Manager of Desktop Services
Valerie Post Director
Laura Remmert Assistant Director
Beth Harris Special Events Assistant
Caroline Hockmeyer Event Sales Coordinator
Facility and Event Operations
Neftali Frank Alvarez Director
Ian Noray Deputy Director, Facility Operations
William Cornell Associate Director, Event Operations
Justin Bilski Event Manager
Robert Prinzi Event Manager
Anthony Ramirez Facility and Event Operations Assistant Manager
Edwin Santiago Facility Operations Manager
Christopher Bostick Facility Operations Assistant
Trent Caldwell Event Operations Waiter
Dwitte Campbell Evening Facility Operations Assistant
Carlos Correa Facility Operations Assistant
Gilbert Falcon Evening Facility Operations Assistant
Glen Goldman Audio Visual Technician
Danielle Moore Facility Operations Help Desk Coordinator
Julissa Sarabia Facility and Event Operations Associate
Jose Vargas Facility Operations Assistant
Marcos Velazquez Facility Operations Assistant
Lawrence White Facility Operations Assistant
International Advisory Board:
Peter G. Peterson, Chairman, International Advisory Board
Chairman Emeritus, Council on Foreign Relations;
Senior Chairman and Co-Founder, The Blackstone Group
Chairman Emeritus, Council on Foreign Relations;
Senior Chairman and Co-Founder, The Blackstone Group
Syed Babar Ali (Pakistan) Chairman, Interbank; Advisor, Packages Limited; Former Minister of Finance, Economic Affairs and Planning, Pakistan
Khalid A. Alturki (Saudi Arabia), Chairman, Trading and Development Company (TRADCO)
Mukesh D. Ambani (India), Chairman and Managing Director, Reliance Industries Ltd.
Ahmad E. Bishara (Kuwait), Secretary-General, National Democratic Movement
Mark C. Chona (Zambia), Chairman and CEO, Sumika Consultancy and Management Services Ltd.; former Political Adviser to the President of Zambia
Gustavo A. Cisneros (Venezuela), Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Cisneros Group of Companies
Gerhard Cromme (Germany) Chairman, Supervisory Board, ThyssenKrupp AG
Abdel Raouf El Reedy (Egypt) Chairman, Egyptian Council on Foreign Affairs
Jacob A. Frenkel (Israel), Vice Chairman, American International Group; former Governor, Bank of Israel
Mikhail Fridman (Russia), Chairman, Alfa Bank
Toyoo Gyohten (Japan), President, Institute for International Monetary Affairs; former Vice Minister of Finance, Japan
Baba Gana Kingibe (Nigeria), AU Special Representative in the Sudan; former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Nigeria
Yotaro Kobayashi (Japan), Chief Corporate Adviser, Fuji Xerox Company, Ltd.
Rahmi M. Koç (Turkey), Honorary Chairman, Koç Holdings A.S.
Luiz Felipe Lampreia (Brazil), Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Centro Brasileiro de Relações Internacionais; former Foreign Minister of Brazil
Maurice Lévy (France), Chairman of the Management Board and CEO, Publicis Groupe
Brian Mulroney (Canada), former Prime Minister of Canada; Senior Partner, Ogilvy Renault
Sari Nusseibeh (Palestinian Authority), President, Al Quds University
Sadako Ogata (Japan), President, Japan International Cooperation Agency; former U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees
Lubna S. Olayan (Saudi Arabia), Chief Executive Officer, Olayan Financing Company
Ana Palacio (Spain), Senior Vice President, International Affairs and Marketing, AREVA
Surin Pitsuwan (Thailand), Secretary-General, Association of Southeast Asian Nations; former Foreign Minister of Thailand
Prannoy Roy (India), President, New Delhi Television Ltd.
Zalman Shoval (Israel), Head, Foreign Policy Bureau, Likud Party; former Israeli Ambassador to the United States
Khehla Shubane (South Africa), Director, RMB Holdings
Washington SyCip (Philippines), Chairman and Founder, SGV Group; Chairman, Asian Institute of Management
Horst M. Teltschik (Germany), Chairman, Teltschik Associates GmbH
Jacob Wallenberg (Sweden), Chairman of the Board, Investor AB
Jusuf Wanandi (Indonesia) Senior Fellow, Centre for Strategic and International Studies (Jakarta)
Shirley V. T. Brittain Williams (United Kingdom), Member, House of Lords
Yuan Ming (China), Director, Institute for International Relations, Beijing University
Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de León (Mexico), former President of Mexico; Director, Center for the Study of Globalization, Yale University