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  • Megan Ortagus [r]: Add brief definition or description the Director of Communications of ISW, leads ISW's outreach to Congress and the media. Ms. Ortagus recently embedded with the U.S. Army in Afghanistan and visited Kabul, Bagram, Jalalabad and Kunar Province along the Pakistani border. Prior to joining ISW, Ms. Ortagus was the Director of Policy Coalitions for the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. She traveled to Baghdad, Iraq as an embedded journalist with the Army 1-4 Cavalry and 2-4 Infantry at Forward Operating Base Falcon. Ms. Ortagus is also an analyst for London’s GMTV and a commentator for FOX News, MSNBC, al Hurra and al Jazeera English.
  • Ashleigh Seidler [r]: Add brief definition or description the Development Director of ISW, has distinguished herself through contributions to the nonprofit and political sector, serving as a community organizer, spokeswoman, and fundraiser for a diverse portfolio of not-for-profit organizations; previously the Development Officer at the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation; served as a Research Analyst for the Presbyterian Clergy Project on Human Rights. Ms. Seidler also served for United States Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX), in Washington, DC.
  • Maggie Rackl [r]: Add brief definition or description a Communications Associate at ISW, holds a Bachelor’s Degree in History from College of Charleston with a concentration in Middle Eastern studies and U.S. Military history. In 2008, Maggie completed an internship with The Foundation For Individual Rights In Education; She has also served as a Volunteer Educator aboard the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Yorktown at Patriot’s Point Naval and Maritime Museum in Charleston, South Carolina.

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