Nancy D. Bodurtha

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Nancy D. Bodurtha

Vice President, Meetings and Membership

Nancy D. Bodurtha is vice president of Meetings and Membership at the Council on Foreign Relations. She manages the planning and execution of over two hundred events annually in New York and Washington, DC, and oversees CFR’s membership application process and member relations. Ms. Bodurtha also directs the Stephen M. Kellen Term Member Program. Previously, she held several positions within CFR’s Meetings and Studies Programs. Ms. Bodurtha received an MA from Johns Hopkins SAIS and an AB from Hamilton College. 

Affiliations: Ashinaga Africa Initiative: Member, Kenjin-Tasujin International Advisory Council

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