Andrew S. Natsios

Andrew S. Natsios is distinguished professor in the practice of
diplomacy at Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign
Service. He is also a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute and visiting
fellow at the Center for Global Development. Natsios served as
administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development from 2001
to January 2006. In addition to his teaching at Georgetown he served as
President Bush’s special envoy to Sudan from October 2006 to
December 2007. A former member of the Massachusetts House of
Representatives for six terms, he also served in state government as the
secretary of administration and finance, and the CEO of the Big Dig in
Boston, the largest construction project in American history. From 1993
to 1998, Natsios was vice president of World Vision U.S., the largest
faith-based NGO in the world. Natsios is the author of two books, U.S.
Foreign Policy and the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
(1997) and The
Great North Korean Famine
(2001), collaborated on eight other books, and
numerous articles.