The Henry Jackson Society today confirmed the appointment of Jason Pearlman as its new Deputy Director.
Pearlman will join the Westminster-based think tank this weekend, having served for the past three and a half years as international media adviser to Israel’s President Reuven Rivlin.
Prior to that, Pearlman worked as a strategic consultant for a range of private and public bodies in Israel and the UK.
Pearlman has a long-established track record of working with and alongside the highest level of government and international institutions, and most recently served as a liaison with the White House for the meeting between President Rivlin and US Vice-President Mike Pence.
In addition, he has proved himself as a leading resource for the international media based in Israel and the region.
Commenting on his appointment, Jason Pearlman said:
“This is a tremendous honour and an exciting challenge. Throughout my previous roles, the Henry Jackson Society has been a first port of call for information and research on a wide range of topics. The chance to contribute to this important work is a true privilege.”
Henry Jackson Society founder and Executive Director Alan Mendoza added:
“The Henry Jackson Society is enjoying a period of significant growth both in the scope of our work and in our impact, helping shape policy and highlight key issues right across the board.
“We are delighted to have enlisted Jason’s experience and skills to help us continue in this very positive direction.”