Last week I participated in the American Security Project’s (ASP) board meeting. ASP is a non-profit, non-partisan public policy and research organization dedicated to raising the public’s awareness and understanding of critical national security issues. ASP also analyzes current threats and topics to help develop a bipartisan national security strategy to ensure our country’s safety.
As an organization, we look to our staff of fellows, our board members, as well as external experts, for fresh ideas and perspectives to help us develop our vision for security in the 21st century. By engaging directly, in open dialogue, with the public, we are able to inform citizens of the dangers and opportunities of the 21st century, the spectrum of available responses, and the benefits and drawbacks of each course of action.
ASP’s mission is something that I believe in strongly, which is why I am proud to be an active member of the board of directors for the American Security Project. As a cohesive organization I feel that, through our educational discussions, we are building a stronger, collaborative, more informed community working towards a safer America.
In addition to the ASP, Raj Fernando is a member of several organizations and associations. Connect with Raj Fernando on LinkedIn to learn more about his organizations.