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Foreign policy expert, CEO, New America
Described as “an innovative and prolific scholar” by Foreign Policy and named one of the magazine’s Top 100 Global Thinkers four years in a row, Anne-Marie Slaughter turns big ideas and deep analysis into realistic strategies for a networked world.
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Anne-Marie Slaughter's 2023 biography
About Anne-Marie Slaughter
A Princeton University foreign policy expert, a former top official at the U.S. State Department, and a Work-Life leader, Dr. Slaughter confronts a range of topics — from geopolitics and global challenges to gender equality and Leadership — with a unique and powerful voice. She writes a monthly column for The Financial Times.
As CEO of New America, a public policy institute and idea incubator, Slaughter leads a team of scientists, technologists, and political and economic thinkers in Washington, DC and New York City. Winner of the 2015 and 2017 “Best U.S. Social Policy Think Tank” Award for Prospect Magazine, New America’s cutting-edge solutions address public problems in such areas as national security, healthcare, Technology policy, and education. Slaughter is co-chair of Shift: The Commission on Work, Workers and Technology, formed by New America and Bloomberg to study the future of work in America.
Slaughter headed the U.S. State Department’s internal think tank and advised Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. As the first female Director of Policy Planning, she oversaw a major review of America’s diplomatic and development priorities.
In her latest book, The Chessboard & the Web: Strategies of Connection in a Networked World, Slaughter uses network science to develop a new way of thinking about strategy in business and politics at a time of accelerated change and disruption. Publishers Weekly called it a “paradigm-changing book.”
Her 2012 article, “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All,” an in-depth and controversial look into the extreme work-life balance of today’s professional women, quickly became one of the most-read articles in The Atlantic’s 100-year history. Named one of the best books of 2015 by NPR and The Economist, Slaughter’s latest, Unfinished Business: Women Men Work Family, focuses on the future of the workplace. The Financial Times featured her in its special issue, “Women of 2015.”
She is the Bert G. Kerstetter University Professor Emerita of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton. The first female Dean of Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School, Slaughter rebuilt the school’s international relations faculty and programs. A contributing editor to the Financial Times, Slaughter also writes a column for Project Syndicate. She is the author and editor of seven books, including A New World Order.
Slaughter received her doctorate in International Relations from Oxford and her law degree from Harvard before teaching at University of Chicago and Harvard Law Schools. She is a member of the Aspen Strategy Group, on the board of Abt Associates, and, along with Ben Bernanke and Gordon Brown, is one of the five members of the PIMCO International Advisory Board.
Anne-Marie Slaughter's 2023 speaking fees
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