For Immediate Release: October 28th, 2011

Former Secretary of State George P. Shultz Joins PSA Advisory Board

 For Immediate Release
 Contact: Nathan Sermonis
 October 28, 2011

WASHINGTON – Today, Partnership for a Secure America welcomed George P. Shultz as the newest member of the organization’s distinguished Advisory Board. Shultz served in the Reagan administration as Secretary of State from 1982 to 1989. He is currently the Advisory Council Chair of the Precourt Institute for Energy Efficiency at Stanford University, Chair of the MIT Energy Initiative External Advisory Board, and Chair of the Hoover Institution Task Force on Energy Policy.

Joining PSA’s Advisory Board, Shultz becomes the 24th member of the esteemed bipartisan group and the third former Secretary of State to hold a seat on the committee.

 “We could not be more delighted that George Shultz, one of America’s leading statesmen and a person who has had such a positive impact on American and world history, is joining the PSA board,” said Jamie Metzl, PSA Board of Directors President and Co-Chairman. “We look forward to working with him to build bipartisan consensus around policies that can strengthen the United States and enhance our country’s relationships around the world.”

PSA is a nonprofit founded by former U.S. Representative Lee Hamilton (D-IN) and U.S. Senator Warren Rudman (R-NH) to advance bipartisanship on today’s critical national security and foreign policy challenges. Leveraging the leadership of its distinguished Advisory Board, PSA has unique credibility and access to forge common ground and fashion thoughtful, fact-based policy that promotes America’s national interests.

More information on PSA and bios of our distinguished bipartisan Advisory Board can be found at

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