Atlantic Council appoints Grundman the Lund Fellow for Emerging Defense Challenges

12 March 2012 • 0 Comments

The Atlantic Council of the United States today announced that it has appointed Steven Grundman as its first M.A. and George Lund Fellow for Emerging Defense Challenges. As Lund Fellow, Steve will be responsible for establishing and building a practice that addresses over-the-horizon challenges facing the transatlantic defense establishment–its militaries, ministries, and industries. Council President and CEO Frederick Kempe commended the appointed, saying, “Steve’s rich experience at the intersection of government and industry, both in the U.S. and Europe, will greatly strengthen the Council’s work in the areas of defense and international security”. Named after George Lund, the Chairman of Torch Hill Investment Partners, and his father, M.A. Lund, the Fellowship is a new initiative of the Council’s Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security, of which George Lund will serve as Vice Chairman.


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