Many companies have partnered with NBR over the years to advance independent research on issues affecting U.S. relations with Asia. Join us!
The Chairman’s Council is a select group of corporate partners and sponsors who have joined NBR in its mission to build bridges between the world’s top Asia experts and policymakers, and to develop policy-relevant research on a range of issues affecting U.S. relations with the region. NBR’s extensive interdisciplinary research agenda draws upon leading Asia specialists in fields such as politics, economy, energy, trade, national security, defense, and global health.
To learn more about the Chairman’s Council, or to join, please contact
Jennifer Nelson at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.632.7370.
Why join Chairman’s Council?
Chairman’s Council members support informed analysis on topics of public and private significance to the United States. The value NBR brings to understanding the Asia-Pacific and U.S. interests is clearly demonstrated by the organization’s network, research, and outreach.
Ernst & Young
Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc.
Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas)
Northrop Grumman International, Inc.
Employing NBR's “network of experts” model, subject matter experts from around the globe inform NBR's analytical reach and help bring actionable research directly to decision-makers on a range of strategic issues.
NBR provides independent, critical, policy-relevant research, analysis, and publications on a broad range of issues of strategic importance affecting U.S. relations with Asia.
NBR employs a comprehensive outreach strategy to reach top policymakers in Congress and in the executive branch as part of all programs, initiatives, and activities.
NBR is pleased to include Chairman’s Council members at high-profile events and meetings as well as provide opportunities for them to interact with NBR specialists. Additionally, NBR welcomes substantive input from Chairman’s Council members in the shaping of our innovative, forward-looking research agenda.
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