Laura Rosenberger works for the White House’s National Security Council (NSC) as a Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for China and Taiwan. Rosenberger was previously the director of the Alliance for Securing Democracy and a senior fellow of the US-based German Marshall Fund (GMF). Prior to that, she worked as a foreign policy advisor for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. Rosenberger formerly worked in the State Department and the National Security Council for over a decade in a variety of capacities. She advised on the whole range of national security policy as the head of staff to Deputy Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and earlier as Blinken’s top advisor as Deputy National Security Advisor. She also oversaw the interagency Deputies Committee, the US government’s senior-level interagency decision-making forum on the country’s most critical national security issues, while at the NSC. Rosenberger also has a lot of experience in the Asia-Pacific region, especially in Northeast Asia. She worked as the National Security Council’s director for China and Korea, managing and coordinating US policy on China and the Korean Peninsula, and at the State Department in a variety of Asia-Pacific-focused positions, including managing US–China relations and dealing with North Korea’s nuclear programmes. She also worked as a special assistant to Bill Burns, the Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, advising him on Asia-Pacific matters as well as nonproliferation and arms control. Rosenberger started as a presidential management fellow at the State Department.

Laura Rosenberger

Laura Rosenberger

Laura Rosenberger Biography/Wiki

Laura Rosenberger is a senior fellow of the German Marshall Fund of the United States and the director of the Alliance for Securing Democracy (GMF). She worked as a foreign policy advisor for Hillary for America before joining GMF, where she was in charge of the campaign’s national security policies, messaging, and strategy. She formerly worked at the State Department and the White House’s National Security Council in a variety of capacities (NSC). She advised on the whole gamut of national security policy as chief of staff to Deputy Secretary of State Tony Blinken and then as then-Deputy National Security Counselor Blinken’s senior advisor. She also oversaw the interagency Deputies Committee, the US government’s senior-level interagency decision-making forum on the country’s most critical national security issues, while at the NSC. Laura also has a lot of experience in the Asia-Pacific region, especially in Northeast Asia. She worked as the National Security Council’s director for China and Korea, managing and coordinating US policy on China and the Korean Peninsula, and at the State Department in a variety of Asia-Pacific-focused positions, including managing US–China relations and dealing with North Korea’s nuclear programmes. She also worked as a special assistant to Bill Burns, the Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, advising him on Asia-Pacific matters as well as nonproliferation and arms control. Laura started as a presidential management fellow at the State Department.

Laura Rosenberger Career

Laura Rosenberger is a director of the Alliance for Securing Democracy, a bipartisan, transatlantic effort located at The German Marshall Fund of the United States, and a 2019 Vice-Distinguished Chancellor’s Visitor with the ANU National Security College (GMF). She is also a senior fellow at the Global Policy Institute and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations for a period.

Laura formerly worked for Hillary for America as a foreign policy advisor. She has worked at the State Department and the White House’s National Security Council in a variety of high posts. She advised on the full range of national security policy as Chief of Staff to Deputy Secretary of State Tony Blinken and earlier as Blinken’s senior advisor as Deputy National Security Advisor. Laura also oversaw the Interagency Deputies Committee, which is the US government’s senior-level interagency decision-making forum on the country’s most pressing national security concerns.

Laura also has a lot of experience in the Asia-Pacific region, especially in Northeast Asia. She worked at the Department of State in a variety of positions focused on the Asia-Pacific region, including managing US-China relations and addressing North Korea’s nuclear programmes, and as the National Security Council director for China and Korea, managing and coordinating US policy on China and the Korean Peninsula. She also worked as a special assistant to Bill Burns, the Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs.