Margaret Goodlander

Next Generation National Security Fellow, 2011-2012

Advisor for National Security and Foreign Affairs, Senator Joseph Lieberman

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Margaret (Maggie) Goodlander is an advisor
for national security and foreign affairs to Senator Joseph Lieberman and a
professional staffer on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
Committee. She previously served as the senior speechwriter for Senator
Lieberman.  An intelligence officer in the U.S. Navy Reserve, Maggie graduated
with distinction from Yale University in May 2009 with a degree in History. At
Yale, she undertook several research fellowships in the Middle East, including
in Libya, Syria, Egypt, and Lebanon. She previously worked at the Council on
Foreign Relations, for Congressman Tom Lantos, and at the Yale University
Investments Office. Maggie was born and raised in New Hampshire and is writing
a biography of Daniel Webster.