Susan Eisenhower is President of the Eisenhower Group and serves as Chairman of the Eisenhower Institute’s Leadership and Public Policy Programs. She is known for her work in the former Soviet Union and in the energy field. Eisenhower was appointed to the National Academy of Sciences’ standing Committee on International Security and Arms Control, where she served for eight years. In 2000, the Secretary of Energy appointed her to the Baker-Cutler Commission to evaluate U.S. funded nuclear non-proliferation programs in Russia. She has written extensively on nuclear and space issues and has has served on DOE commissions studying the threat of nuclear terrorism and on a blue ribbon panel on the future of nuclear energy.