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Rita E. Hauser
The Hauser Foundation
Rita chaired The American Ditchley Foundation, supporting Great Britain’s leading conference center from 2006 through December 2010, and was elected a Governor of the British Ditchley Foundation in July 2010. She is a director of the International Advisory Council of The Lowy Institute for International Policy (Sydney, Australia), and was a director of: The International Institute for Strategic Studies (London) for 1996–2006; The RAND Corporation from 1999–2009, and the International Board, The Center for International Governance Innovation (Canada) from 2005–2009.
Elected a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in April 2012, she chairs The International Peace Institute (a think tank for United Nations related matters) and serves on the Advisory Board of the International Crisis Group. She is also a Director of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York.
She was awarded The Albert Gallatin Medal, the highest honor for public service of New York University (2006), and the Vanderbilt Medal, the highest honor of New York University School of Law (2004), as well as The Harvard Medal for distinguished service to Harvard University (1999).
Rita holds advanced degrees from the University of Strasbourg in France, Harvard and NYU Law Schools, and the University of Paris Law School.