Expertise: Economic Statecraft, Civil-Military Relations, International and Corporate Governance, National Security Strategy, Strategic Partnerships
Maggie Feldman-Piltch is an Adjunct Fellow and formerly served as ASP’s Special Assistant to the CEO. In that position, she worked provided strategic and operational assistance to the CEO and Board of Directors, oversaw special projects, and led the organization’s private sector stakeholder engagement. She also led ASP’s Women in Security Leadership Initiative (WiSe) and is the host of ASP’s weekly podcast series “What’s Next?”
Prior to joining ASP, Maggie worked for The Conference Board in the Research Working Groups department and served as an Advanced Risk Apprentice with Risk Cooperative after spending time working the fashion and consumer goods industries. She is a graduate with honors of Wesleyan University and a Master’s candidate at Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service in the Security Studies Program. She is also persuing in Advanced Diploma in Opera Performance from the Royal Academy of Music through a joint program with the Levine School of Washington, D.C.
Maggie is the founder of the WiSelist, an international network and mentoring program for women in foreign policy and security related fields. She is a contributor to Teen Vogue on women in politics and policy, and a classically trained coloratura soprano under the direction of Joyce Lundy and The West Wing aficionado.
On Twitter: @MaggieCaroline1