Institute for Global Engagement
Graduate, Stanford, Naval Postgraduate School and Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Former Marine infantry officer. President, Institute for Global Engagement. Founder, The Review of Faith & International Affairs. Member, Council on Foreign Relations; International Institute for Strategic Studies. Member, Federal Advisory Committee to the US Secretary of State's Strategic Dialogue with Civil Society; Senior Adviser to the Dialogue's working group on Religion & Foreign Policy. Vice-Chair, inaugural Global Agenda Council on the Role of Faith, World Economic Forum. Speaks regularly at the US Foreign Service Institute, US military schools and within the intelligence community regarding national security, social-cultural-religious engagement, and the interdependence of religion and realpolitik. 2010-12, at the request of the US Army Chaplaincy, designed and implemented the Chaplaincy's first training programme for social-cultural-religious strategy and engagement. Co-Editor, Routledge Handbook on Religion & Security (2012).