Company Overview of Center for Strategic and International Studies, Inc.
Center for Strategic and International Studies, Inc., a nonprofit organization, provides strategic insights and policy solutions to decision makers. It offers strategic insights and policy solutions to problems in defense and security topics, such as acquisition and resources, homeland and international security, military strategy, nuclear weapons, reconstruction and development, and terrorism; and energy and climate change topics, including alternative energy, markets and trends, and security and climate change. The company also provides solutions in global health topics, such as food and water, global health policy, and HIV/AIDS; global trends and forecasting topics, including demography, ...
1800 K Street NW
Washington, DC 20006
Founded in 1962
Key Executives for Center for Strategic and International Studies, Inc.
Co-Founder and Vice Chairman
Co-founder of Abshire-Inamori Leadership Academy
Vice President of Finance & Accounting and Corporate Treasurer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2012.
Center for Strategic and International Studies, Inc. Key Developments
Center for Strategic and International Studies, Inc. Appoints Thomas C. Moore as Senior Fellow and Deputy Director of Proliferation Prevention Program
Mar 28 13
Center for Strategic and International Studies, Inc. (CSIS) announced that Thomas C. Moore has joined as Senior Fellow and Deputy Director of the CSIS Proliferation Prevention Program. Moore joins CSIS from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee (SFRC), where he served on the Committee's professional staff for Senator Richard G. Lugar (R-IN) from 2003 to 2013. During this time, he was the senior Republican adviser for all nonproliferation matters.
Center for Strategic and International Studies, Inc. Launches Pennington Family Foundation Series on Disasters and Community Resilience
Dec 11 12
Center for Strategic and International Studies, Inc. announced the launch of the CSIS-Pennington Family Foundation Series on Disasters and Community Resilience. Made possible in part with support from Walmart, the CSIS-Pennington Series is a forum for government officials, experts, academics, philanthropists, nongovernmental organizations, and business and community leaders to discuss strengthening the resilience of communities in disaster-prone areas from the perspectives of different sectors, including philanthropy, business, and policy. Disasters cost the world more than $380 billion in 2011, making it the most costly year on record in terms of damage. As disasters continue to affect nations across the globe, decimating homes and livelihoods, it is important to explore not only community disaster readiness but also short-term disaster assistance as well as the long-term efforts vital for the resilience of affected communities. Series events will take place quarterly and will touch upon such topics as: How to move toward more effective philanthropic efforts to support community resilience through cross-sector coordination; the role of business and private industry in disaster preparedness; supply chain and private sector resilience and crisis leadership for disaster resilience. The series will launch on December 13, 2012.
Center for Strategic and International Studies, Inc. Announces Executive Changes
Aug 28 12
Center for Strategic and International Studies, Inc. announced that Scott Miller, former director of global trade policy at Procter and Gamble, has joined CSIS as the new William M. Scholl Chair in International Business. Mr. Miller succeeds Meredith Broadbent, who has been appointed to the International Trade Commission. Ms. Broadbent had served CSIS as Scholl Chair since 2010. In his role as director of global trade policy at Procter and Gamble, Mr. Miller led numerous business coalition campaigns for free trade agreements and founded US Trade, the U.S. private sectors communications platform at World Trade Organization ministerial meetings.
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