Council of Advisors


Comprising leaders from government, business and universities in Australia, the United States and internationally, the Council of Advisors was established to contribute to the work of the US Studies Centre by offering to the Board of Directors its advice, expertise and experience in the United States and Australia-US relations. The members of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors are:

 


 

Dean Robert Joss

Dean, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University


Robert Joss is Co-Chair of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors.… more


Mark Johnson, AO

Chairman of the Australian Financial Centre Task Force


Mark Johnson, AO is Co-Chair of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors.… more


Maria Atkinson, AM

Group Head of Sustainability, Lend Lease


Maria Atkinson is a member of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors.… more


Michael Baume, AO

Former diplomat and front-bench federal politician


Michael Baume, AO, is a member of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors… more


The Honourable Kim Beazley, AC

Australian Ambassador to the United States


Professor Kim Beazley is a member of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors.… more


The Honourable Jeffrey Bleich

Visiting Professor & former US Ambassador to Australia


Jeffrey Bleich is the former US Ambassador to Australia. He is a Visiting Professor and a member of the Council of Advisors at the US Studies Centre.… more


Gina Despres

Senior Vice President, Capital Research and Management Co.


Gina Depres is a member of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors.… more


Stephen Fitzgerald

Former Chairman of Goldman Sachs Australian and New Zealand


Stephen Fitzgerald is a member of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors.… more


Fleur Harlan

Trustee of The Manhattan Institute


Fleur Harlan is a member of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors.… more


The Honourable Bob Hawke, AC

Former Prime Minister of Australia


Former Prime Minister Bob Hawke is a member of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors.… more


The Honourable John Howard, AC

Former Prime Minister of Australia


Former Prime Minister John Howard is a member of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors.… more


Jim Johnson

Businessman and Democratic Party strategist


James A. Johnson is a member of the US Studies Centre's Council of Advisors. He was a visitor the US Studies Centre in September 2009.… more


Roy Krzywosinski

Managing Director of Chevron Australia Pty Ltd


Roy Krzywosinski is a member of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors.… more


Andrew Liveris

President, Chairman and CEO of Dow Chemical


Andrew N. Liveris is a member of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors.… more


Professor Michael McRobbie, AO

President, Indiana University


Michael A. McRobbie, AO is a member of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors.… more


Professor Don Nutbeam

Vice-Chancellor of the University of Southampton


Don Nutbeam is a member of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors.… more


Professor Judy Olian

Dean, UCLA Anderson School of Management


Judy D. Olian is a member of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors.… more


Anthony Pratt

Chairman and CEO of Pratt Industries


Anthony Pratt is is a member of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors… more


Stephen Roberts

CEO, Citi Australia


Stephen H. Roberts is a member of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors.… more


Ambassador Thomas Schieffer

Former US Ambassador to Australia and Japan


John Thomas ‘Tom' Schieffer is a member of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors.… more


Professor Michael Spence

Vice-Chancellor and Principal of the University of Sydney


Dr Michael Spence is a member of the US Studies Centre Council of Advisors.… more


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