Warren Bruce Rudman
Warren Bruce Rudman is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. While a U.S. Senator from New Hampshire, Rudman co-sponsored the Gramm-Rudman-Hollings Act. He has served on the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board.
Rudman also co-chaired the U.S. Commission on National Security/21st Century / Hart-Rudman Commission with Gary Hart.
He is a founder of the Concord Coalition and has served as a trustee at and is currently on the board of the Brookings Institute. He also has ties to the Aspen Institute; has served on the boards of the American Stock Exchange, Allied Waste, Chubb Corporation, Raytheon Company (since 1993); is a member of the National Security Study Group; and is trustee of several funds of the Dreyfus Corporation.
In 2001 he as a partner at the law firm Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison. pdf
Interestingly in 2006 along with many other law firms they are listed as having provided pro-bono services for the Lower East Side Tenement Museum which also received NED aid that year. 
- Advisory Board, Partnership for a Secure America
- Bob Kerrey and Warren Rudman, "Securing Future Fiscal Health," Washington Post, August 28, 2006.