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Nuclear Threat Initiative

ORGANIZATION

Founded 2001 by Ted Turner and Sam Nunn, "to strengthen global security by reducing the risk of use and preventing the spread of nuclear, biological and chemical weapons."

Organization officers: Co-Chairman Ted Turner, Co-Chairman and CEO Sam Nunn, President and COO Charles B. Curtis, all of whom are also on the Board of Directors.

Additional members of the board as of October 2006: Pete Domenici, Susan Eisenhower, Rolf Ekeus, Eugene E. Habiger, Prince El Hassan bin Talal of Jordan, Andrei Kokoshin, Pierre Lellouche, Dick Lugar, Vladimir P. Lukin, Jessica Tuchman Mathews, Hisashi Owada, William J. Perry, Nafis Sadik, Amartya Sen, Shirley Williams, Fujia Yang.

Official Website:
http://www.nti.org/

Founding Date:
2001

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Warren Buffett
Business
30-Aug-1930   Billionaire in Omaha
Charles B. Curtis
Activist
27-Apr-1940   Nuclear Threat Initiative
Pete Domenici
Politician
7-May-1932   US Senator from New Mexico, 1973-2009
Margaret A. Hamburg
Government
1955   FDA Commissioner
Joshua Lederberg
Biologist
23-May-1925 2-Feb-2008 Genetic properties of bacteria
Pierre Lellouche
Government
3-May-1951   President of the NATO Assembly, 2004-06
Dick Lugar
Politician
4-Apr-1932   US Senator from Indiana
Jessica Tuchman Mathews
Government
1946   Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Sam Nunn
Politician
8-Sep-1938   US Senator from Georgia, 1972-97
William J. Perry
Government
11-Oct-1927   US Secretary of Defense, 1994-97
Amartya Sen
Economist
3-Nov-1933   Poverty and Famines
Ted Turner
Business
19-Nov-1938   Founder of Cable News Network


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