Editorial Board, World Policy Journal
Expertise: global economic policy; NATO; U.S. foreign policy
Sherle Schwenninger is the Director of the New America Foundation's Bernard L. Schwartz Fellows Program, which provides financial, professional, and institutional support to 35 Fellows each year. He also directs New America’s Global Middle Class Program.
He is a former director of the World Policy Institute (1992-96); Co-Director, Program on Central and Eastern Europe (1992-96); Director, Policy Studies, World Policy Institute, and Editor, World Policy Journal (1983-1991); Director, Transnational Academic Program, Institute for World Order (1979-1982); Managing Editor, Alternatives (1979-1982); Assistant Dean and Lecturer, American University School of Law (1978-79).
More recently he served as a senior program coordinator for the Project on Development, Trade, and International Finance at the Council on Foreign Relations. He is the author, with Walter Mead, of A Financial Architecture for Middle-Class-Oriented Development. He has authored and co-authored a number of books and articles for publications such as The Nation, World Policy Journal, and Nuclear Times.
Honors & Affiliations:
- New America Foundation, Board Member and Chair, Fellowship Selection Committee;
- Council on Foreign Relations, Participant, Project on Trade, Development,
- and Finance;
- EuRim Investments, Investment Advisor;
- Seaward Management, Consultant;
- Andy Warhol Foundation on the Visual Arts, Consultant;
- Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy, Consultative Council;
- The Nation, Editorial Consultant.
J.D., George Washington University Law School
B.A. with High Distinction, University of Nebraska