Staff

Staff Bios

Rorry Daniels, Deputy Project Director, Forum on Asia-Pacific Security

Rorry Daniels is the Deputy Project Director of the Forum on Asia-Pacific Security (FAPS). In her role with FAPS, she organizes Track I 1⁄2 and Track II conferences and meetings focused on security issues in Northeast Asia, oversees Asia-related publications and public events, and manages the project's grant and donation funding. From 2015 - 2016 she was concurrently Deputy Director of the NCAFP.

She regularly writes and provides analysis for major media outlets and newsletters on security issues in the Asia Pacific. She is a member of the National Committee on US-China Relations, the National Committee on North Korea, a Pacific Forum CSIS Young Leader, as well as a Korea Society Kim Koo Foundation Fellow (2015 cohort). She earned her M.S. in International Relations at NYU’s Center for Global Affairs, where she focused her studies on East and South Asia. She speaks Mandarin and holds a B.A. in Media Studies from Emerson College.

Juliet Lee
Project Manager, Forum on Asia-Pacific Security

Juliet Lee is the Project Manager at the Forum on Asia­-Pacific Security at the NCAFP, where she organizes Track 1 1⁄2 and Track II conferences and meetings on Northeast Asian security issues. She is also a Pacific Forum CSIS Young Leader, 2018 cohort. Her research interests include U.S.­-China relations and cross­-Taiwan Strait security. She holds an M.A. in International Affairs from New York University, where she completed a Master’s thesis on the roles of economic interdependence and Taiwan’s electoral politics on cross-­Strait security. Juliet also graduated from the University of Richmond with a B.A. in International Studies: World Politics & Diplomacy and minors in French and Chinese, and she speaks Mandarin.

Stephen Whittaker
Program Manager

Stephen Whittaker is the Program Manager at the National Committee. In this capacity, he is primarily responsible for a broad range of tasks pertaining to the National Committee’s public programming, membership engagement, outreach and the organization of Track I 1⁄2 and Track II conferences.  He has also been a substantial contributor to a joint National Committee-EastWest Institute Task Force offering recommendations for U.S. policy in the Western Balkans.  This included contributions to the group's 2018 report Time for Action in the Western Balkans: Policy Prescriptions for American Diplomacy.  From 2015-2016 Stephen also served, concurrently, as the Associate Editor of the NCAFP's retired academic journal American Foreign Policy Interests.
 
In 2014, Stephen completed his M.A. in European and Mediterranean Studies from New York University, focusing on contemporary European history and public policy. He authored his thesis, with the support of a university-sponsored research fellowship, on how the solutions to the structural and ideological challenges faced by the European Union in the middle of 20th Century form a road map for long-term stability in Europe.  His professional areas of interest include transatlantic relations, the history and politics of the European Union, and the function of multilateral institutions. 

Stephen also received a B.A. from Dickinson College in history with a minor in political science, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa. He speaks Italian, reads Spanish and French, and has studied and lived in both Bologna, Italy and Prague, Czech Republic.
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