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USCPAHA Team Member G. Jonathan Greenwald

G. Jonathan Greenwald

Jonathan (Jon) Greenwald, a Wilkes-Barre, PA native, has spent a half century in public service, including 30 as a senior U.S. diplomat and 17 as Vice President for the International Crisis Group, a prominent non-governmental conflict resolution organization. He has taught diplomacy at Lawrence University, served as the State Department’s nominee on the panel that adjudicated Holocaust-era claims for Austria, authored Berlin Witness: An American Diplomat’s Chronicle of East Germany’s Revolution, and directs and funds an initiative to bring young Israelis and Palestinians to study together at leading university preparatory schools.

A member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Washington Institute of Foreign Affairs, J Street, and Foreign Policy 4 America, Greenwald serves on the boards of several conflict resolution-related international groups. He speaks German, Hungarian, and French and lives with his wife Gabriele and their cats in McLean, VA.

Last Updated on November 18, 2022 by USCPAHA

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