Maia Comeau joins CSPC as a Senior Fellow

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MAIA COMEAU JOINS CSPC AS A SENIOR FELLOW

 

Washington D.C. - The Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress (CSPC) is pleased to announce that Maia Comeau has joined CSPC as a Senior Fellow.

Comeau joins a distinguished group of Fellows whose members include: Frank Cilluffo (Associate Vice President, The George Washington University); James Kitfield (Senior Correspondent, National Journal); Egil Krogh (Former Under Secretary of Transportation); Norman Ornstein (Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute); and Dale Petroskey (President & CEO, Dallas Regional Chamber). A full list of the CSPC Senior Fellows and Trustees can be found at www.thePresidency.org.

Comeau is a public affairs leader with over fifteen years of global government relations, fundraising, and management experience in Washington, DC. She is currently a Senior Fellow at The Lugar Center, a private consultant, and a 2016 Presidential Leadership Scholar.

Ms. Comeau is the founder of Disruptive Strategies, which provides government and public affairs counsel to foundations, corporations and government clients. She served for twelve years as the Director of Congressional Affairs for the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF).  She also founded, in 2013, the Richard G. Lugar Institute for Diplomacy and Congress which worked to build bridges between foreign diplomats and the US Congress. While at GMF, Ms. Comeau spearheaded an organization-wide effort to develop diversity and inclusion best practice policies, including the creation of the first affinity group on women and leadership which offered professional development and mentoring opportunities for GMF employees. 

 “I am delighted to announce Maia as the Center’s newest Senior Fellow,” said CSPC President & CEO Glenn Nye. “Maia’s experience working with NGOs, Congress, and private sector clients will add significantly to the Center’s expertise in promoting bipartisan cooperation between the White House and Congress, and robust dialogue with the private sector”

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The Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress is a non-partisan think tank that addresses the key challenges facing our nation through studying the lessons of history, convening decision-makers from government and the private sector, and educating the next generation of leaders.

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