Members of the Council on Foreign Relations

Membership in the Council on Foreign Relations comes in two types: Individual; and Corporate. Individual memberships are further subdivided into two types: Life Membership; and Term Membership, which is for a single period of five years and is available to those between the ages of 30 and 36 at the time of their application. Only U.S. citizens (native born or naturalized) and permanent residents who have applied for U.S. citizenship are eligible. A candidate for life membership must be nominated in writing by one Council member and seconded by a minimum of three others (strongly encouraged to be other CFR members).[1]

Corporate membership (250 in total) is divided into three levels: "Founders" (US$100,000); "President's Circle" (US$60,000); and "Affiliates" (US$30,000). All corporate executive members have opportunities to hear distinguished speakers, such as overseas presidents and prime ministers, chairmen and CEOs of multinational corporations, and US officials and Congressmen. President's Circle and Founders are also entitled to other benefits, including attendance at small, private dinners or receptions with senior American officials and world leaders.[2]

Board of directorsEdit

The Board of Directors of the Council on Foreign Relations is composed in total of thirty-five officers. It also has an International Advisory Board consisting of thirty-five distinguished individuals from across the world.[3][4][5]

Office Name
Chairman of the Board David Rubenstein[6][7][8][9][10]
Vice Chairman Blair Effron
Vice Chairman Jami Miscik
President Richard N. Haass
Board of Directors
Thad W. Allen chair of the National Space-Based Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Advisory Board of NASA
Nicholas F. Beim partner at Venrock, Dataminr and Rebellion Defense board, formerly with Goldman Sachs and McKinsey & Co.[11]
Afsaneh Mashayekhi Beschloss founder/CEO of RockCreek, partner at Carlyle Group, treasurer and chief investment officer of the World Bank, formerly with Royal Dutch Shell and JPMorgan Chase, PBS Foundation board vice chairwoman
Sylvia Mathews Burwell president of American University, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, former HHS Secretary, Rhodes scholar, Aspen Strategy Group[6]
Ash Carter director of Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center, innovation fellow at MIT, former Defense Secretary, Rhodes scholar, Aspen Strategy Group[6]
Kenneth I. Chenault chairman/managing director of General Catalyst
N. Anthony "Tony" Coles executive chairman/CEO of Cerevel Therapeutics, executive chair of Yumanity Therapeutics, CRISPR Therapeutics AG senior advisor, CRISPR Therapeutics AG former chairman, former Harvard Medical School fellow, former chair/CEO of Onyx Pharmaceuticals, Johns Hopkins University trustee[12][13][14]
Cesar Conde chairman of NBCUniversal News Group
Nathaniel C. Fick general manager of Elastic Security, ex-CEO Endgame, Inc.
Laurence "Larry" Fink chairman/CEO of BlackRock, World Economic Forum trustee[7][15]
Stephen C. Freidheim CIO, founder, and managing partner of Cyrus Capital Partners[16]
Tim Geithner president/director of Warburg Pincus, former president of N.Y. Fed
James P. Gorman chairman/CEO of Morgan Stanley
Richard Haass CFR president
Stephen Hadley principal of Rice, Hadley, Gates and Manuel LLC, Aspen Strategy Group[6][17]
Margaret Ann "Peggy" Hamburg former foreign secretary of the National Academy of Medicine
Jeh Johnson former DHS Secretary, former SDNY Assistant U.S. Attorney
James Manyika McKinsey & Company senior partner, McKinsey Global Institute chairman/director
William H. McRaven professor of national security at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at UT Austin, retired admiral formerly in charge of the U.S. Special Operations Command, ConocoPhillips and ICG board member
Janet Napolitano faculty of Berkeley's Richard & Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy, former DHS Secretary
Meghan O'Sullivan Trilateral Commission North American chair, Harvard Kennedy School professor, former deputy national security adviser, Aspen Strategy Group[6][18]
Deven J. Parekh managing director of Insight Partners, Carnegie Endowment trustee[19][20]
Charles Phillips chairman of Infor
Richard Plepler founder/CEO of Eden Productions, former chairman/CEO of Home Box Office, Inc.
Ruth Porat senior vice president and CFO of Alphabet and Google
Laurene Powell Jobs founder and president of Emerson Collective[21][22][23]
L. Rafael Reif president of MIT, World Economic Forum trustee, Carnegie Endowment trustee[19][7][24]
Frances Townsend CBS national security analyst, former Homeland Security Advisor, Aspen Strategy Group, Atlantic Council board[25][6]
Tracey T. Travis Estée Lauder Companies executive v.p. and CFO[26]
Margaret G. Warner PBS news correspondent, American University School of International Service
Daniel Yergin vice chairman of IHS Markit, chairman of the annual CERAWeek conference
Fareed Zakaria editor-at-large, Time

Notable council membersEdit

Current Emeritus and Honorary Officers and DirectorsEdit

Notable historical membersEdit

List of ChairmenEdit

List of presidentsEdit

ReferencesEdit

Source: The Council on Foreign Relations from 1921 to 1996: Historical Roster of Directors and Officers[305]

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