The Center for a New American Security has appointed nine executives from the defense, consulting and financial industries to the organization’s board of advisers.
CNAS said Thursday that each appointee will serve a three-year term and aims to help inform the debate over U.S. national security issues.
“Their engagement on key topics will be invaluable to furthering CNAS“™ ideas and impact,” said Kurt Campbell, CNAS chairman of the board of directors.
CNAS listed its new advisory board members as:
- David Wajsgras, president of the intelligence, information, and services business at Raytheon
- William Lynn, CEO of DRS Technologies and Finmeccanica North America
- Neal Blue, chairman and CEO of General Atomics
- Mike Petters, president and CEO of Huntington Ingalls Industries
- Robert Roche, co-founder and executive chairman of Acorn International
- Sharon Marcil, senior partner at The Boston Consulting Group
- Lawrence Di Rita, communications executive at Bank of America
- Michele Davis, global head of corporate affairs at Morgan Stanley
- James Schenck, CEO of PenFed