Susan Eisenhower is a Senior Director of Albright Stonebridge Group, a global strategy firm, where she assists clients with issues related to Russia and Central Asia. She is President of the Eisenhower Group, Inc., which provides strategic counsel to corporations and public affairs organizations.
For more than 25 years, Ms. Eisenhower has been involved in several complex international and public affairs issues related to Russia and the Former Soviet Union.
She served as both President and later Chairman of the Eisenhower Institute and in 1986 began working extensively in U.S.-Russian relations, with a special emphasis on space and nuclear security related matters.
Over the years, she has testified before the Senate Armed Services and Senate Budget Committees and was appointed to the National Academy of Sciences’ standing Committee on International Security and Arms Control (CISAC), where she served three terms.
In the last 10 years, she has focused extensively on energy issues, speaking and consulting on power generation and electrical transmission. In early 2010, she was appointed to the U.S. Department of Energy’s White House-appointed Blue Ribbon Commission on America’s Nuclear Future, chaired by former Congressman Lee Hamilton and General Brent Scowcroft.
Previously, she served on the Department of Energy’s Baker-Cutler Commission to evaluate U.S.-funded nuclear non-proliferation programs in Russia, as well as the Sununu-Meserve Commission on Nuclear Energy.
Ms. Eisenhower is a former Academic Fellow of the International Peace and Security program of the Carnegie Corporation of New York. She is a board member of the Nuclear Threat Initiative, co-chaired by Senator Sam Nunn and Ted Turner, and also serves on the Strategic Advisory Board of Lightbridge Corporation. She previously served on the NASA Advisory Council and the International Space Station Management and Cost Evaluation Task Force.
Ms. Eisenhower is the author of a number of books, including: Partners in Space: U.S.-Russian Cooperation After the Cold War (2004); Islam and Central Asia: An Enduring Legacy or an Evolving Threat? with Roald Sagdeev (2000); and NATO at Fifty: Perspectives on the Future of the Transatlantic Alliance (1999).