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United States Ambassador to Poland

Lee Andrew Feinstein, United States Ambassador to Poland. Bar: New York, Washington, District of Columbia. Fellow: Council Foreign Relations.


Feinstein, Lee Andrew was born in 1959.


Juris Doctor, Georgetown University Law Center. Master of Arts in Political Science, City University of New York.


Assistant director Arms Control Association, District of Columbia. Special assistant for peacekeeping policy United States Department Defense, 1994—1995. Member, associate director policy planning staff United States Department State, senior advisory, principal deputy director policy planning.

Visiting scholar Carnegie Endowment, District of Columbia, 2001. Deputy director for studies Council Foreign Relations, 2002—2007. Foreign policy coordinator Hilary Clinton Campaign, 2007, national security director, 2007—2008.

Senior advisory United States Department State, Washington, 2008—2009, United States ambassador to Poland Warsaw, since 2009. Adjunct professor George Washington University Elliott School International Affairs, City University of New York. Head, United States delegate, diplomatic coordinator for United Nations special negotiations Council Foreign Relations, Freedom House.

Human rights advisor Congressional Task Force on United Nations, 2005. Senior advisor German Marshall Fund United States. Roundtable director American Society International Law.

Visiting fellow foreign policy studies Brookings Institution, since 2008.


  • Bar: New York, Washington, District of Columbia.


Fellow: Council Foreign Relations.


Married Elaine Margaret Monaghan. 2 children.

Elaine Margaret Monaghan