Homeland Security Advisory Council

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The Homeland Security Advisory Council is part of the Executive Office of the President of the United States. It was created by an Executive Order on March 19, 2002.[1]

Council Members[edit]

  • William H. Webster (Chair), Partner, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, LLP
  • James R. Schlesinger (Vice Chair), Chairman, Board of Trustees, The MITRE Corporation
  • Richard A. Andrews, Senior Director, Homeland Security Projects National Center for Crisis and Continuity Coordination
  • Norman R. Augustine, Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Lockheed-Martin Corp.
  • Kathleen M. Bader, Business Group President and Corporate Vice President, The Dow Chemical Company
  • Elliott Broidy, Commissioner, Los Angeles City Fire and Police Pension Fund
  • Chuck Canterbury, President, Fraternal Order of Police
  • Frank J. Cilluffo, Associate Vice President for Homeland Security, George Washington University
  • Jared L. Cohon, President, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Ruth A. David, President and Chief Executive Officer, ANSER (Analytic Services Inc.)
  • Louis Freeh, President, Freeh Group
  • Lee H. Hamilton, Director, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
  • Glenda Hood, Former Secretary of State of Florida, President and CEO, Hood Partners, LLC
  • Herb Kelleher, Executive Chairman, Southwest Airlines Co.
  • Don Knabe, Supervisor, Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors
  • John Magaw, Former Under Secretary for Security, U.S. Department of Transportation
  • Pat McCrory, Former Mayor, Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Edward Mueller, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Qwest
  • Erle A. Nye, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, TXU Corporation
  • Sonny Perdue, Governor, State of Georgia
  • Richard Stephens, Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Administration, The Boeing Company
  • Lydia W. Thomas, President and Chief Executive Officer, Mitretek Systems, Inc
  • John F. Williams, Vice President for Health Affairs and Provost, George Washington University
  • Robert L. Woodson, Sr., President, Center for Neighborhood Enterprise
  • Jeff Moss, Founder and Director, Black Hat and DEFCON

The Council met on December 14, 2004 in San Diego, California, and voted to reconsider the color-coded Homeland Security Advisory System, among other suggestions.[2]


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