|April 8, 2014|
President and CEO
The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation
We are pleased to share with you that Frank Jannuzi has been named ICAS Fellow, effective immediately.
Frank joined the Mansfield Foundation as President and Chief Executive Officer in April 2014. The Mansfield Foundation promotes understanding and cooperation among the nations and peoples of Asia and the United States. Maureen and Mike Mansfield¡¯s values, ideals and vision for U.S.-Asia relations continue through the Foundation¡¯s exchanges, dialogues and publications, which create networks among U.S. and Asian leaders, explore the underlying issues influencing public policies, and increase awareness about the nations and peoples of Asia. The Foundation receives support from individuals, corporations and philanthropic organizations. It also provides support to The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center at The University of Montana.
Frank previously served as Deputy Executive Director (Advocacy, Policy and Research) at Amnesty International, USA. There he shaped and promoted legislation and policies to advance universal human rights, protect individuals and communities at risk, and free prisoners of conscience. From 1997-2012 Frank was Policy Director, East Asian and Pacific Affairs, for the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, where he advised Committee Chairmen Joseph Biden and John Kerry on a range of security, political, economic, and human rights issues pertinent to U.S. relations with East Asia. During his tenure with the Foreign Relations Committee Frank also was a Hitachi Fellow of the Council on Foreign Relations from 2006-2007, serving as a visiting lecturer at Keio University and a visiting scholar at the Institute of International Policy Studies in Tokyo. Early in his career he served for nine years as an analyst in the U.S. Department of State¡¯s Bureau of Intelligence and Research.
Frank holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Yale University and Master in Public Policy degree from the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. He has traveled throughout Asia and has written extensively on East Asia policy issues, including U.S. relations with Japan, China, and North Korea.
He lives in Baltimore with his wife, Dr. Jennifer Martin, and their two daughters Zoe and Camille.
Frank appeared frequently before the ICAS audience.