Lisa Shields

CFR Staff

Lisa Shields

Vice President, Global Communications and Media Relations

Lisa Shields directs media strategy for CFR and Foreign Affairs and serves as official spokesperson. She manages a team in NY and DC that executes the full range of communications including press briefings, digital marketing, social media, crisis communications, media training, and content partnerships. She has a BA in international relations from the American University of Paris and an MS from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.

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Biden has moved to rejoin the Paris Agreement and the World Health Organization. They likely won’t be the last international agreements and institutions that the United States reenters.

 

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