| Susan Eisenhower |
|Born||Susan Elaine Eisenhower|
|Parents|| • John Eisenhower|
• Barbara Thompson Eisenhower
|Children||Laura Magdalene Eisenhower|
|Spouse|| • Alexander H. Bradshaw|
• John Mahon
• Roald Sagdeev
|Member of||Albright Stonebridge Group/Team, Atlantic Council, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace|
Granddaughter of Dwight D. Eisenhower. Member of many think tanks, has written extensively on nuclear and space issues
Susan Elaine Eisenhower is an American consultant, author, and expert on international security, space policy, energy, and relations between the Russian Federation and the United States of America. She is the daughter of John Eisenhower, and the granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Eisenhower is President of the Eisenhower Group, Inc, which provides strategic counsel on political, business, and public affairs projects. She has consulted for Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies doing business in the emerging markets of the former Soviet Union and for a number of major institutions engaged in the energy field.
She is also Chairman of Leadership and Public Policy Programs and Chairman Emeritus of the Eisenhower Institute, a think tank based in Washington, D.C. and in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, owned and operated by Gettysburg College. Eisenhower served as the president of the Eisenhower Institute twice, and later as Chairman. During that time, she became known for her work in the former Soviet Union and in the energy field.
In January 2010, Secretary of Energy Steven Chu appointed Eisenhower to serve on the Blue Ribbon Commission on America's Nuclear Future, which has been asked to develop a long-term solution for safely managing the back end of the nuclear fuel cycle.
Over the years, Eisenhower was on many other government task forces. In 2000, she was appointed by United States Secretary of Energy Bill Richardson to the Baker-Cutler Commission, a task force to evaluate U.S.funded nonproliferation programs in Russia. Since that time, she has was also an advisor on two other United States Department of Energy studies; one on the threat of nuclear terrorism and the other a blue-ribbon panel on the future of nuclear energy. In 2001, after two terms on the NASA Advisory Council, she was appointed to the International Space Station Management and Cost Evaluation Task Force, which analyzed ISS management and cost overruns. She currently sits on the Nuclear Threat Initiative board, co-chaired by Senator Sam Nunn and Ted Turner, the Energy Future Coalition, the US Chamber of Commerce's new Institute for 21st Century Energy, and the Air Force Academy's Eisenhower Center for Space and Defense Studies.
In academia, she is a current External Advisory Board Member of the MIT Energy Initiative. She has was also an Academic Fellow of the International Peace and Security program of the Carnegie Corporation of New York, as director of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and as an advisor to Johns Hopkins' Nitze School of Advance International Studies.
Eisenhower testified before the Senate Armed Services and Senate Budget Committees on policy toward the region. She was also appointed to the National Academy of Sciences' standing Committee on International Security and Arms Control, where she served for eight years.
Susan Eisenhower is also active in the corporate world, serving on the advisory boards of Thorium Power, IxReveal, and Foolproof. She is also a Senior Director of Stonebridge International, a Washington-based international consulting firm that later became the Albright Stonebridge Group.
Eisenhower has spoken at many diverse types of gatherings: from the nation's most distinguished institutions such as Harvard to countless World Affairs Councils and corporate gatherings. She has also spoken to many expert audiences. For instance, she gave the Commandant's Lecture at the Army War College in Carlisle, the Harry S. Truman Distinguished Lecture at Sandia National Laboratory, and she delivered the 2008 Rose Lecture at MIT. She has also given full speeches, by invitation, at other prominent places, such as the National Press Club, the Smithsonian Institution, the National Archives, the Hollywood Bowl, the French National Assembly, the Rotunda of the Capitol, and the White House, on two recent occasions.
- Burson-Marsteller member of the senior staff until 1984
- Founder of Eisenhower World Affairs Institute, 1983
- Center for Political and Strategic Studies, formerly the Center for Post-Soviet Studies, founder and chairman (1991)
- President of Eisenhower Group, Inc, 2000
- Academic Fellow of the International Peace and Security program of Carnegie Corporation of New York.
- Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, trustee (since 2001)
- National Academy of Sciences' standing Committee on International Security and Arms Control (CISAC)
- Director, Nuclear Threat Initiative
- Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, board member
- The Atlantic Council, board member
- Stonebridge International, board member
- American Council on Global Nuclear Competitiveness, member 
- Advisory Board, Ploughshares Fund
- National Advisory Board, Journey Through Hallowed Ground Partnership 
- Advisory board, Eurasia Center 
Event Participated in
|Bilderberg/2001||24 May 2001||27 May 2001||Sweden|
|The 49th Bilderberg, in Sweden. Reported on the WWW.|
- ↑ http://www.saveamericastreasures.org/eisenhower.htm
- ↑ https://www.npr.org/programs/npc/2002/020211.seisenhower.htm
- ↑ https://www.nytimes.com/1979/11/02/archives/mamie-eisenhower-dies-in-sleep-at-82-in-hospital-in-washington.html
- ↑ a b c d e f g h http://susaneisenhower.com%7Ctitle=SusanEisenhower.com
- ↑ Board of Trustees and National Advisory Board, Journey Through Hallowed Ground Partnership, accessed June 13, 2010.
- ↑ Eurasia Center About, organizational web page, accessed July 27, 2018.