Enquirer Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON - The President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board works out of the White House and reports directly to the president. It has 16 seats, though only 12 are filled.
Other members in addition to Cincinnati investor Bill DeWitt, whom the White House already lists as a member:
- Brent Scowcroft, chairman. National security adviser to both presidents Ford and Bush; West Point graduate with 29-year military career; founder of The Scowcroft Group, adviser to businesses on international policy.
- James Barksdale. Former chief executive of Netscape Communications.
- William Brody. President of Baltimore's Johns Hopkins University.
- Rita Hauser, retired international lawyer, advocate for Middle East peace.
- Ray Hunt. Chairman of Hunt Oil Co. and major Bush fund-raiser.
- David Jeremiah. Retired U.S. Navy admiral, commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
- Arnold Kanter. Former undersecretary of state, principal with The Scowcroft Group.
- James C. Langdon Jr. Bush friend and fund-raiser, Democrat, energy industry lawyer familiar with Russia.
- Elisabeth Pate-Cornell. Stanford University engineering professor and chairwoman of the Department of Management Science and Engineering.
- John Streicker. President and chief executive of Sentinel Real Estate Corp.
- Pete Wilson. Former governor of California.
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