Elizabeth M. Phu

Director for Southeast Asia, East Asian Affairs at National Security Council

Elizabeth M. Phu

Elizabeth M. Phu

Director for Southeast Asia, East Asian Affairs at National Security Council

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1962

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Former President at The Brookings Institution

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President & Chief Executive Officer at ONE Campaign

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Founder at MAC Energy Advisors LLC

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Deputy Secretary of State at United States Department of State

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Lieutenant Colonel at United States Army

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Vice President-International Government Relations at The Boeing Company

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Former President at Center for Climate and Energy Solutions

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Director, Geopolitics of Energy Project at Harvard University - John F. Kennedy School of Government

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Lane-Swig Senior Fellow, Managing Director at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy

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Deputy General Counsel at National Security Council

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Los Angeles Times
November 21, 2015
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Elizabeth M. Phu
Director for Southeast Asia, East Asian Affairs at National Security Council
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Career History
Director for Southeast Asia, East Asian Affairs
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