Atlantic Partnership (US) Appoints New Executive Director

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The Atlantic Partnership (US) http://www.atlanticpartnership.org is pleased to announce the appointment of Alastair Totty as its new Executive Director, Assistant Treasurer and Assistant Secretary.

The Atlantic Partnership (US) http://www.atlanticpartnership.org is pleased to announce the appointment of Alastair Totty as its new Executive Director, Assistant Treasurer and Assistant Secretary.

Alastair Totty is based in New York and leads the Atlantic Partnership’s mission in the US to raise awareness of the continuing political, economic and strategic importance of the transatlantic relationship among decision makers and citizens on both sides of the Atlantic and from across the political spectrum. Besides providing the day-to-day managerial leadership of AP’s Washington and New York programs, Alastair is responsible for conceptualizing, organizing and executing AP’s high-level events, congressional outreach, and media material.

Alastair’s mandate includes building upon AP’s extensive, high-level network, as well as facilitating interchange between AP’s board members, patrons and supporters. He also has responsibility for AP’s Military Leaders Program, Young Leaders Program, Global Business Leaders Program and for the development of new programs for the United States.

Prior to joining AP Alastair was a career diplomat and most recently served at the British Embassy in Washington and the UK’s mission to the UN in New York. He is married with two sons.

Background

The Atlantic Partnership (US) is a bipartisan initiative that aims to foster debate about the relationship between America and Europe while promoting the benefits of a strong and stable Atlantic community of nations.

Founded by leader of the Conservative Party Michael Howard in 2001, AP seeks to influence the transatlantic debate through sought-after breakfast meetings, occasional conferences and the media activities of our impressive stable of chairmen, vice-chairmen, patrons and panelists.

AP operates in Europe as the Atlantic Education Project, a registered charity, and in the United States as The Atlantic Partnership (US), a 501(c)(3) organization.

For further details please contact:
atotty(at)atlanticpartnership(dot)org

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