Chris Seiple, Ph.D., "is the president of the Institute for Global Engagement, a faith-based NGO that promotes religious freedom worldwide. A graduate of Stanford, the Naval Postgraduate School, and the Fletcher School for Law & Diplomacy, he is also the founder of The Review of Faith & International Affairs (www.cfia.org), a Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute (Philadelphia), a member at the Council on Foreign Relations (New York), and a member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies (London). His book, The U.S. Military/NGO Relationship in Humanitarian Interventions, is a seminal work in the field, and he is the co-author of the forthcoming International Religious Freedom: A Handbook for Advocacy. A former Marine infantry officer, Seiple serves on the Wycliffe Bible Translators, USA, board of directors, and also on the board of advisors for Carolina for Kibera, Inc." 
His wife is Alissa Seiple, and his father is Robert A. Seiple.
- PhD, The Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, Tufts University Thesis
- MA, National Security Affairs, Naval Post-graduate School
- BA, International Relations, Stanford University
Professional and Business Experience:
- Founder, Council on Faith and International Affairs
- Special Assistant to the President of East West Institute
- National Security Analyst, Strategic Initiatives Group, Pentagon
- National Security Affairs Specialist, National Defense Panel
- Inter-Service and Inter-Agency Liaison, Chemical-Biological Incidence Response Force Infantry Officer, U.S. Marines
- Board Member of Wycliffe Bible Translators since 2003.
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- ↑ Chris Seiple, Institute for Global Engagement, accessed January 30, 2009.