Janean L. Mann
Janean Mann "retired from the U.S. Foreign Service in 1997. Following her retirement she was recalled to the Department where she served as a consultant in the Office of Counterterrorism from 1999-2003. While in the Foreign Service, she served in Washington as chief of analysis for North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula and for West, Central and East Africa, and overseas as political counselor in Tunisia and Liberia and political section chief in Cameroon. Ms. Mann previously worked as a senior aide to a member of the U.S. House of Representatives and on the staff of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, where she specialized in State Department and African affairs. Ms. Mann was a member of U.S. delegations to the 28th United Nations General Assembly and Sixth Special Session, the United Nations Human Rights Commission, and the U.N. Mid-Decade Conference on Women. She began her career as a newspaper reporter for the Birmingham Post Herald in Alabama. She has a B.A. in journalism from the University of South Carolina and is fluent in French and Arabic." 
She is a director of Pact.
- "Biography", Pact, Accessed January 2007.