Jenna Ben-Yehuda joins GLOBSEC’s International Advisory Council
Bratislava, April 23, 2021. President and Chief Executive Officer of the Truman National Security Project and the Truman Center for National Policy became part of the think-tank’s Advisory Council to help shape ideas on the future of Transatlantic relations and security.
“Welcoming Jenna Ben-Yehuda to our International Advisory Council is a great privilege. Given her experience and connections from various backgrounds, such as being the founder of the Women’s Foreign Policy Network, former State Department official or a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Futures Council on U.S. national security, is invaluable for GLOBSEC. We appreciate her devotion to the topics of tomorrow that will shape the world as we know it today.” Robert Vass, President of GLOBSEC, commented.
Jenna Ben-Yehuda is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Truman National Security Project and the Truman Center for National Policy. She is also the founder of the Women’s Foreign Policy Network, a global membership organization of five thousand national security professionals in one hundred countries. A former State Department official with private sector experience, Ms Ben-Yehuda is a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Futures Council on U.S. national security and a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations. She also serves on the advisory boards of National Security Action and the Leadership Council for Women in National Security. She is a frequent media contributor on women’s leadership and U.S. national security.
“I am thrilled to be joining GLOBSEC’s International Advisory Council,” said Ms Ben-Yehuda. “Their commitment to enhancing security, prosperity and sustainability in Europe, and strengthening transatlantic bonds at a time when it's needed most is a mission that I am excited to be part of. I look forward to working with the council’s esteemed members to shape and guide ideas on the future of global security.”
The International Advisory Council is a body of strategic importance that decides on important issues influencing the long-term direction of think-tank’s flagship events, research programmes and key initiatives. Current IAC members include former heads of states, prime ministers and other distinguished personalities from both sides of the Atlantic.
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