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business and political consultant

Susan Eisenhower, business and political consultant. Board member Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Atlantic Council.


Eisenhower, Susan was born on December 31, 1951. Daughter of John Sheldon Doud Eisenhower and Barbara Jean Thompson.


Attended, American University, Paris.


Former writer Saturday Evening Post, London. Former columnist Wolfe Newspapers. Senior director Stonebridge International, Washington.

Founder Eisenhower World Affairs Institute, 1983. President Eisenhower Group, Inc., since 2000. Chairman, emeritus, former president Eisenhower Institute.

Member, standing committee on international security and arms control National Academy of Science. Member National Aeronautics and Space Administration Advisory Council, 1999—2001, Baker-Cutler Commission, United States Department of Energy, 2000, International Space Station Management and Cost Eval. Task Force, since 2001, Task Force on Nuclear Energy, United States Dept of Energy.

Academy fellow International Peace and Security program, Carnegie Corporation of New York. Director Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Nuclear Threat Initiative. Analyst Cable News Network International, Microsoft and National Broadcasting Company, Nightline, World News Tonight, FOX News.


  • Other Work

    • Co-editor: (books) Islam and Central Asia: An Enduring Legacy or an Evolving Threat?. Author: Breaking Free: A Memoir of Love and Rebellion, 1995, Mistress Ike: Memories and Reflections on the Life of Mamie Eisenhower, 1996, (articles appearing in) Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, United States of America Today, London Spectator.


Board member Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Atlantic Council.


John Sheldon Doud Eisenhower

Barbara Jean Thompson