Jonathan Fantini-Porter

Jonathan Fantini-Porter

U.S. Department of Homeland Security official (2010-2016); 美国前国土安全部官员

Jonathan Fantini-Porter is a former national security official with experience in the Executive Office of the President at The White House, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and U.S. Congress. Porter most recently served a White House office that oversees transnational criminal organizations and previously led management operations of Homeland Security’s principal investigative and immigration agency with a $6 billion budget and 22,000 personnel in 46 countries. In the U.S. Congress, he shaped public policy in national security and economic affairs, where he served as the senior legislative aide to the former Director of the Navy’s counterterrorism unit. Porter now serves in a global management consulting firm. He is a member of the Aspen Institute’s Socrates Program, Brookings Institution’s Brookings Society, and Intelligence and National Security Alliance. He received his Bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University, a Master in Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School, and is a recipient of the Eisenhower Fellowship.

美国前国家安全官员Jonathan Fantini-Porter,曾供职于白宫的总统行政办公室,美国国土安全部,和美国国会。在白宫,他的办公室负责监控跨国犯罪组织;在国土安全部,他曾主管调查和移民的分支,管理高达60亿的预算和46个国家里的22,000名人员;在美国国会,他参与决策了国家安全和经济的公共政策,并曾任前海军总署反恐单元的法律参谋。Porter现就职于一家跨国管理咨询公司。他参与的学术组织有阿斯本学会的苏格拉底项目、布鲁金斯学会以及情报与国家安全联盟。他毕业于乔治城大学本科,在哈佛肯尼迪学院获得公共管理硕士学位,并曾荣获艾森豪威尔奖学金。