Washington, September 24 – The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) is pleased to announce that Carl D. Glaeser, co-founder and Managing Partner of Palladian Capital Partners, has joined the CNAS Board of Directors. As a member of the Board, he will actively contribute to the development and execution of the organization’s intellectual agenda. The Board of Directors is comprised of prominent leaders from the private sector, academia, the military, and government who help inform the Center’s research and expand its community of interest.
“Carl brings a vast amount of successful entrepreneurial and business experience to the Board,” said CNAS CEO Victoria Nuland. “His leadership expertise around the world across a wide range of sectors has earned him a reputation as a forward-thinking innovator and thought leader. His policy insights and pioneering experience in global development will be invaluable assets for the Center.”
During the past decade Glaeser has been the principal in more than 20 service industry, software and other technology transactions. During the past four years, Glaeser and local teams have created and developed community-based clean water programs in southwest Haiti and central Honduras. This unique approach trains and employs local teams, as well as sources materials locally resulting in an on-going sustainable regional economic engine (www.gtwater.org).
Prior to co-founding Palladian Capital Partners, Glaeser spent five years as the President and CEO of Bowne Global Solutions (BGS), the leading global provider of outsourcing services. During his tenure, Mr. Glaeser stabilized and repositioned BGS as an international platform company with operations in over 30 countries. Previously he ran Lucent’s global new product development groups for wireless high-speed data and number portability.
Glaeser graduated with a B.S., in Economics and Political Science from Juniata College where he now serves on the Board of Trustees and Chairs the Entrepreneurial Studies, and Investment Committees.
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