THE WHITE HOUSE
Office of the Press Secretary
For Immediate Release January 8, 2001
PRESIDENT CLINTON NAMES NINA J. STEWART AS A MEMBER OF
THE SECURITY POLICY ADVISORY BOARD
President Clinton today announced his intent to re-appoint Nina J.
Stewart as a member of the Security Policy Advisory Board.
Ms. Nina J. Stewart, of Dallas, Texas, has served on the Security
Policy Advisory Board since March 29,1996. Ms. Stewart is a consultant to
both public and private organizations on issues of national security,
intelligence and security countermeasures. She has served as the Deputy
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Counterintelligence and Security
Countermeasures, Executive Director of the President?s Foreign Intelligence
Advisory Board and Executive Assistant to the Director of Central
The purpose of the Security Policy Advisory Board is to serve as an
independent and non-governmental advisory body on U.S. security policy and
to provide a non-governmental and public interest perspective on security
initiatives to the Security Policy Board and the intelligence community.