Washington, DC & Harpers Ferry, WV (February 12, 2016) – The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) recently announced its slate of Fellows for 2016. Riley Moore of Harpers Ferry was awarded one of this year’s slots.
The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) recently announced its slate of Fellows for 2016. Riley Moore of Harpers Ferry was awarded one of this year’s slots and will join a diverse group of national security professionals including doctoral candidates from Yale and Oxford Universities and officials from the National Security Council, the Central Intelligence Agency, and the Departments of Defense and State. Alumni of this program include the current national security advisor to Majority Leader McCarthy and the current director for strategic planning at the National Security Council in the White House.
From CNAS’ press release:
“The Next Generation National Security Leaders Fellowship is a key part of the Center’s commitment to ensuring the United States has talented individuals dedicated to preserving and maintaining its national security. After a highly competitive application process, CNAS selected a bipartisan group of 20 emerging analysts and practitioners from a host of backgrounds, including the military, Department of State, Department of Defense, media, Executive Offices of the President, Capitol Hill, academia, private sector, and NGO community.”
A copy of the full press release from CNAS can be found here.