Foreign Policy for America Announces Additions to Advisory Board

October 21, 2021

Foreign Policy for America Announces Additions to Advisory Board

Washington, DC – Foreign Policy for America recently added twelve new members to its Advisory Board, representing a broad range of regional and functional expertise. We’re proud to welcome this diverse group to our leadership and look forward to working with them.

The FP4A Advisory Board guides the organization’s policy agenda and its biannual Legislative Scorecard. Recent advisors currently serve at the highest levels of President Biden’s administration, including Secretary of State Antony Blinken, U.S. Ambassador the U.N. Linda Thomas-Greenfield, Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines, and White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki.

The new FP4A advisory board members include:

FP4A is also pleased to announce that new advisor John B. Bellinger, III will join longtime FP4A advisor Heather Hurlburt as the co-chairs of our policy meetings for the 117th Congress. These meetings take place in the spring and fall of each year and convene diverse experts from across our community, including members of the advisory board, to advise on the organization’s agenda and our biannual Legislative Scorecard. FP4A’s scorecard for the 117th Congress will be released in March 2023.

“Foreign Policy for America is an indispensable voice for principled American engagement in the world,” said FP4A Policy Committee Co-Chair Heather Hurlburt. “They’ve assembled a truly impressive group of foreign policy experts as advisors, breaking down silos of expertise and partisanship in a way that is all too rare in Washington right now. I’m proud to co-chair the policy committee with John Bellinger, building broad community consensus on how congressional action can move the needle on our most pressing challenges.”