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Bush Institute Convenes Human Freedom Advisory Council

Article by Amanda Schnetzer September 20, 2013 //   2 minute read

Members of the Bush Institute’s new Human Freedom Advisory Council convened for the first time on September 19 in Dallas.  The Council’s purpose is to advise on matters of strategic direction in the Human Freedom initiative, one of the six programmatic areas of the Bush Institute.  Chairing the Human Freedom Advisory Council is Stephen Hadley, former Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs. 



Other founding members of the council are:

Elliott Abrams, Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
Peter Ackerman, Founding Chair, International Center on Nonviolent Conflict
Scott Carpenter, Deputy Director, Google Ideas
Lorne Craner, President, International Republican Institute
Paula Dobriansky, Former Under Secretary of State, Democracy and Global Affairs
Carl Gershman, President, National Endowment for Democracy
Michael Gerson, Syndicated Columnist, The Washington Post
Carlos Gutierrez, Vice Chair, Albright Stonebridge Group
Melanie Kirkpatrick, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
David Kramer, President, Freedom House
Natan Sharansky, Chairman, The Jewish Agency for Israel
Craig Stapleton, President and CEO, Stapleton Acquisition Company
Charity Wallace, Director, Women’s Initiative, George W. Bush Institute (ex officio)
Marilyn Ware, Former Ambassador to Finland
Kenneth Wollack, President, National Democratic Institute

(Affiliations are for attribution only.)