Marc B. Nathanson Appointed to CPD Advisory Board
Mel Levine, Chair of the CPD Advisory Board has announced the appointment of Marc B. Nathanson to the Board.
Nathanson has been one of America’s leading communications entrepreneurs for over forty years and has a distinguished background in international affairs, including serving as Chair of the Broadcasting Board of Governors during the Clinton and Bush administrations, a 2012 appointment by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to the Board of the East-West Center, founding Chair of the Homeland Security Council for Los Angeles, Vice Chair of the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, and most recently, Co-Chair of the Pacific Council on International Policy's Board of Directors.
"Marc has been contributing his wisdom to CPD since at least 2006, so it seems only fitting that he should have a formal role at the Center. He will be a hugely valuable board member," said Levine.
"CPD has been emerging as an indispensable resource in the world of global diplomacy. Marc's experience and ideas will be highly relevant for the Center's continued growth, and his appointment is also great news for the broader public diplomacy community," said Jay Wang, CPD's Director.
The CPD Advisory Board, comprised of prominent figures in fields related to public diplomacy, is responsible for guiding and supporting the development of the Center as an international resource.
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