Christopher M. Tuttle

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Christopher M. Tuttle

Managing Director

Chris Tuttle serves as managing director at the Council, where he oversees CFR’s relationships with select corporate members and focuses on the process and politics of U.S. foreign policy. He is a former policy director at the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, State Department official, and chief of staff to former U.S. Rep. Mark Green (R-Wisconsin). He holds a BA from the University of Wisconsin and an MA from the U.S. Naval War College.

Affiliations: U.S. Government Syria Study Group: Member, U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratories: Consultant

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