Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy
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The U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy "is a bipartisan panel created by Congress and appointed by the President to appraise U.S. Government activities intended to understand, inform, and influence foreign publics.
"The Commission, now in its 60th year, was reauthorized in June 2007 pursuant to Public Law P.L. 110-21 (2007). It formulates and recommends to the President, the Secretary of State, and Members of Congress policies and programs to carry out the public diplomacy functions vested in the State Department, Broadcasting Board of Governors, and other government agencies. It also appraises the effectiveness of the public diplomacy policies and programs carried out by government agencies." 
- Carl K. Chan, Executive Director
- David J. Firestein, Senior Advisor
- Jamice Clayton, Administrative Officer
Accessed September 2008: 
- William J. Hybl - Chair
- Elizabeth Frawley Bagley - Vice Chair
- Maria Sophia Aguirre
- John E. Osborn
- Harold C. Pachios
- Penne Korth Peacock
- Jay T. Snyder
Resources and articles
Related Sourcewatch articles
- Paula J. Dobriansky
- Qorvis Communications
- Matt Lauer
- David J. Kramer - former Executive Director
- Olin C. Robison
- ↑ Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy, US Department of State, accessed September 22, 2008.
- ↑ Commission Members, US Department of State, accessed September 22, 2008.