Emory administrator named to national think tank | People
ATLANTA -- An Emory University administrator has been named a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Holli A. Semetko, vice provost for international affairs at the private Atlanta university, joins 74 other life members announced this year.
The council, founded in 1921, is an independent, nonpartisan think tank and publisher on international affairs and foreign relations.
The more than 4,300 council members include American diplomats, politicians, journalists, scholars and business professionals.
Dr. Semetko was chosen because of her work on political communication in the U.S. and other countries, as well as a focus on information and public opinion in elections. She is also director of Emory's Halle Institute of Global Learning.