Dean of Mason’s Schar School of Government and Policy, Author of nine books on various topics in American politics, including the presidency, religion and politics, media and politics. Selected Past Media Appearances and Interviews: National/International. ABC “Nightline,” ABC “World News Tonight,” ABC “World News Sunday,” ABC “Good Morning America”, NBC “Today Show,” NBC “Nightly News,” CBS “Evening News,” CNN “Inside Politics,” CNN “Headline News,” NPR “All Things Considered,” BBC, CBC, Religion and Ethics News Weekly (PBS), Reuters, Reuters America TV, Associated Press, Knight-Ridder, Gannet News Service, ABC Radio, CBS Radio, NBC Radio, Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, National Journal, Legal Times, National Law Journal, The Hill, New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, L.A. Times, Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, Milwaukee Journal, St. Petersburg Times, Houston Chronicle, Newsday, Charlotte Observer, Atlanta Journal & Constitution, Philadelphia Inquirer, Minneapolis Tribune, Detroit News, U.S. News & World Report, Des Moines Register, London Independent, London Financial Times, Toronto Globe & Mail, Le Presse, Tokyo Shinbun, National Post of Canada, among others.
President: Carla Satinsky
President Elect: Ron Sigelman
Vice President: Joseph DiPietro
Treasurer: Stephen Vaccarezza
Secretary: Victoria Feldman
International Service: Bob Sonawane
Community Service: Carmela Carr
Club Service: Jacques Paraskevas
Vocational Service: Joseph Kravitz
Sergeant-at-Arms: Nancy Pulley
Sheila Flynn currently serves as a Senior Advisor to the Coordinator for Cyber Issues at the U.S. Department of State. She is responsible for the office’s work in East Asia, including developing strategic engagement on cyber policy with China, Japan and South Korea. She also supports U.S. involvement in negotiations at the United Nations on the national security, military and political dimensions of cyberspace. Prior to this role, Sheila worked on East Asia Internet policy in the State Department’s Economic Bureau. She has a masters degree in international relations from the University of Denver and an undergraduate degree in Geography from the University of Maryland.