Speaker - Alexei Monsarrat

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Alexei Monsarrat joined the Atlantic Council in 2008 as Director of the Global Business and Economics Program. Mr. Monsarrat previously spent six years with the US State Department in the Bureau of Economics, Energy, and Business Affairs (EEB), where he worked on a range of issues with transatlantic partners, including economic development and poverty reduction, post-conflict reconstruction, strategic economic policy relations, and energy issues. Mr. Monsarrat served at the State Department in many capacities, including as Senior Advisor to the EEB Assistant Secretary, Special Assistant to the Under Secretary for Economics, and Special Assistant to James Wolfensohn, the Quartet Special Envoy for Gaza Disengagement. He also served as a civilian in Iraq with the Coalition Provisional Authority. Mr. Monsarrat joined the State Department as a Presidential Management Fellow after obtaining his master's degree in international affairs from the Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). Prior to his studies, he was a program administrator for a nongovernmental organization engaged in international trade and the environment and worked for several years on Capitol Hill, including on the Senate Agriculture Committee. He has a bachelor of arts in political science from The George Washington University and is a native of Vermont.

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