Jamie F. Metzl
Dr. Metzl's government appointments have included:
- Deputy Staff Director and Senior Counselor of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, working for Senator Joseph Biden.
- Senior Coordinator for International Public Information (also known as the International Public Information Group) and Senior Advisor to the Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs at the Department of State
- Director for Multilateral and Humanitarian Affairs on the National Security Council, working with Richard Clarke.
- At the White House, he spearheaded the President's initiative on International Public Information, drafted Presidential Decision Directive PDD-68 on the same subject, and coordinated United States Government international information campaigns for Iraq, Kosovo, and other crises.
- Member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a Co-Chair of the Board of the Partnership for a Secure America, and a former White House Fellow. He is also a members of the International Advisory Board for the International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life. 
- National Advisory Board, I Have a Dream Foundation 
A Khmer speaker, he was a Human Rights Officer for the United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (UNTAC) from 1991 to 1993, where he helped establish a nation-wide human rights investigation and monitoring unit for Cambodia. He holds a Ph.D. in Southeast Asian history from Oxford University, a juris doctorate from Harvard Law School, and is a magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Brown University. 
- Joel Bleifuss, Ready, Aim, Inform: Clinton administration prepares for information warfare, In These Times magazine, March 2000.
- Prof. Monroe E. Price, Journeys in Media Space. Global Media and National Controls: Rethinking the Role of the State, The 2001 Spry Memorial Lecture, 2001.
- Annon, Jamie Frederic Metzl 2004: Political Campaign Contributions and Campaign Finance Information for the 2004 election cycle, CampaignMoney.com
Dr. Metzl has appeared widely on national media, including Meet the Press and the Today show. The author of a book on human rights in Southeast Asia, his writing has appeared in The New York Times, Foreign Affairs and many other publications.
- Jamie Metzl, Popular diplomacy, Daedalus, Spring 1999.
- Jamie Metzl, Can Public Diplomacy Rise from the Ashes?, Foreign Service Journal, July-August 2001.