Jessica Tuchman Mathews was appointed president of the Endowment in 1997. Her career includes posts in the executive and legislative branches of government, in management and research in the nonprofit arena, and in journalism.
She was a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations from 1993 to 1997 and served as director of the Council’s Washington program. While there, she published her seminal 1997 Foreign Affairs article, “Power Shift,” chosen by the editors as one of the most influential in the journal’s 75 years.
From 1982 to 1993, she was founding vice president and director of research of the World Resources Institute, an internationally known center for policy research on environmental and natural-resource management issues
She served on the editorial board of the Washington Post from 1980 to 1982, covering energy, environment, science, technology, arms control, health, and other issues. Later, she became a weekly columnist for the Washington Post, writing a column that appeared nationwide and in the International Herald Tribune.
From 1977 to 1979, she was director of the Office of Global Issues of the National Security Council, covering nuclear proliferation, conventional arms sales policy, chemical and biological warfare, and human rights. In 1993, she returned to government as deputy to the Undersecretary of State for Global Affairs.
Mathews is a director of Somalogic Inc., HanesBrands Inc., and the Union of Concerned Scientists, and a trustee of the Nuclear Threat Initiative and the International Crisis Group. She is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the American Philosophical Society. She has previously served on the boards of the Brookings Institution, Radcliffe College, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Century Foundation, the Surface Transportation Policy Project, and the Joyce Foundation, among others.From Wikipedia (I'm so slackin'):
Her husband is former Air Force General Charles G. Boyd, president of the public interest group Business Executives for National Security.
BTW, why is her last name Matthews if her husband's name is Boyd? Must of been a previous marriage not talked about. Hmm. Yes, I know, I'm sooo conventional.
Anyway, both her and her husband are attendees to the Bilderburg Conference, and with all that they're involved in, it shouldn't be surprising. Mrs. Matthews is also a member of the Trilateral Commission, which is a NGO that "fosters discussion of issues between the Americas, Europe, and Asia".
If you want to know what the establishment has planned for us, I suggest you read Mrs. Matthews' essay, Power Shift, written 13 years ago. Let's just say that the sovereignty of nations is not the theme. In fact, she refers to nations as states, so I guess our 50 states are really just counties in her mind.
Well, if a picture is worth a thousand words, behold the Jessica Tuchman Matthews map:
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