A former White House official announced the news on Twitter.
The International Crisis Group has announced that Ahmed Charai will be a trustee at the International Crisis Group.
Robert Malley, a former advisor on the Middle East to President Bill Clinton and President Barack Obama, tweeted the news.
Gerard Araud, the French ambassador to the US; Susana Malcorra, the former foreign minister of Argentina; and Meghan O’Sullivan, the former US national security adviser in Iraq and Afghanistan, were also appointed as members of the board of trustees.
Charai is also a on the boards of the Foreign Policy Institute, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and the Atlantic Council; the editorial advisory board of the National Interest magazine; and the advisory board of US-based United for Africa’s Democratic Future.
George Soros and others founded the International Crisis Group in 1995. The NGO, headquartered in Brussels, conducts field research on violent conflict prevention and mitigation.