PSA Names Matthew Hodes New Executive Director
Washington, DC -- Partnership for a Secure America (PSA)
proudly welcomes Matthew Hodes as its new Executive Director. Mr. Hodes brings
a wide range of foreign policy and national security experience to PSA, having served
in various leadership roles internationally and in the United States.
Mr. Hodes comes to PSA with an extensive background in peacemaking,
peacekeeping, post-conflict nation building operations, and civil-military
cooperation in high-level political settings. He previously served as Director
of Programs at the Club de Madrid focusing on transformational leadership
issues in transitional societies and equitable development policies; Director of
The Carter Center’s Conflict Resolution Program advising former President
Carter on armed conflict and political disputes around the globe and leading
the Center’s mediation and negotiation assistance activities; and in various
roles at the United Nations during peacekeeping operations in the Balkans. He
has also served as the Judicial Reform Coordinator with the Office of the High
Representative in Bosnia, as a local public corruption prosecutor, a World Bank
consultant, and as an Adjunct Law Professor. Hodes, a U.S. Army veteran, is a
member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He holds a LL.M. in Public
International Law from the University of London, a J.D. from the University of
Miami, and a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania.
“We are thrilled to welcome Mr. Hodes to the PSA team.
Through his demonstrated leadership and understanding of today’s national
security and foreign affairs challenges, he will be a critical asset in promoting
PSA’s mission and expanding our bipartisan efforts,” said Advisory Board
Co-Chair and former Senator Warren Rudman (R-NH).
“With Mr. Hodes’ experience serving in various leadership
roles at several of the most well-known global affairs institutions, he comes
to PSA well prepared to take on the challenges of advancing bipartisanship in
Washington on pressing issues vital to American security,” added former
Congressman Lee Hamilton (D-IN), Co-Chair of PSA's bipartisan Advisory Board.
Joy Drucker, PSA’s former Executive Director, was recently
appointed to the State Department’s Bureau of Legislative Affairs as Deputy
Assistant Secretary of State for House Affairs. PSA greatly appreciates her
tireless dedication to advancing the cause of bipartisanship in U.S. foreign
policy, and congratulates Ms. Drucker on this new position.
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 can be found at www.psaonline.org.
CONTACT: Nathan Sermonis (202-293-8583), or email@example.com.