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The ICAP Fellows Association (ICAPFA) is a not-for-profit organization which represents the Fellows who attended the ICAP Aspen Seminar for future U.S. leaders in foreign affairs. Since 1997, more than 450 foreign affairs experts, reflecting diverse demographics of the United States, have participated in the Seminar. The Fellows Association offers its members opportunities to network, mentor, build skills, and engage in community outreach. In addition, the Association is an important catalyst for increasing diversity in senior management and policymaking roles. In 2017, the ICAP Alumni Association and the Center for International Strategic Studies (CSIS) became official partners, enacting the International Career Advancement Initiative, housed at CSIS, named the Diversity and Leadership in International Affairs Project.

ICAPFA Board of Directors:

Ms. Chandrima Das ’13
ICAPFA President

Dr. Sandra A. Rivera ’98
VP, Finance

Ms. Charlotte G. Kea ’00
Ex-Officio President

Dr. E. Thomas Rowe
ICAP Director & Founder

Ms. Minty Abraham ’16
Ms. Nima Patel Edwards ’03
Ms. Lisa Barton ’17
Ms. Zarina Durrani
Mr. Benjamin Garcia ’98
Mr. Brandon Jackson ’17
Mr. Ven Neralla
Ms. Sambia Shivers-Barclay ’08
Mr. Palak Shah ’11
Dr. Mischa Thompson ’06
Ms. Heera Kamboj ’12
Mr. Linston Terry ’12
Mr. Ivan Carpio ’19
Ms. Jamila White ’18

 

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