HARRY KEATTS CHENAULT, JR
Little Rock, Arkansas 72227
Seeking a job at the US State Department as a Middle East Scholar and will enhance the State Department due to the following:
Received PhD at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem in US presidential foreign policy of the Middle East June 17th, 2019.
Published dissertation with Archway Publishing of Simon & Schuster December 19, 2019 under the title: Hope and Destiny: Truman, Eisenhower, Fulbright and US Foreign Policy in the Middle East, 1945-1958.
Studied with world-renowned scholars like Professor Martin van Creveld who supervised my MA thesis on Eisenhower and Fulbright.
Fulbright Scholar at the American University of Cairo studying Advanced Arabic 2002-2003.
Fulbright Scholarship extended and studied Islam, Islamic Sciences Modern Movements in the Middle East and Middle East History in graduate diploma program at AUC. (Need two courses to finish.)
Ambassador Hermann Eilts wrote letters of support for my Fulbright Scholarship and my Marjorie Kovler Fellowship at the Kennedy Library.
Read, write and speak Advanced Arabic, Hebrew, Advanced Farsi and know French.
Proven leadership by commanding soldiers at the company level in Germany.
Served at US Central Command as the India, Pakistan and Singapore Desk Officer.
Wrote Talking Points for General James Mattis that were never altered.
Understand the Middle East culture and society from various perspectives after living in region over a period of two decades.
Have unique initiatives to combat Radical Islam that were approved by the State Department.
Working on a plan to enhance US-China relations due to the fact I am a relative of Lieutenant General Claire Lee Chennault of the Flying Tigers.
Received letters of support from former Secretary of the Army, the Honorable Thomas White and Ambassador Dennis Ross, praising my skillsets, education, and my professors at Hebrew University.
●2012-2019 Ph.D., The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Jerusalem, Israel
●2002-2003 Certificat Arabic Language Institute (AUC) Cairo, Egypt
●2003-2004 Arabic Studies Department (AUC) Cairo, Egypt
●1977-1979 MA Shippensburg University Shippensburg, PA
●1975-1975 BA Fayetteville State University Fayetteville, NC
●1968-1973 University of Central Arkansas Conway, AR
Arabic (Beginner to Advanced) studied at Hebrew University, American University of Cairo, Middlebury Summer Program and Wisconsin Summer Program
Hebrew (Beginner to near Advanced) studied at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Farsi (Beginner to Advanced) studied at the Wisconsin Summer Program
French (two years in the Hebrew language) studied at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Enrolled to study Beginner Hindi this summer at Wisconsin
●Summer 2013 Awarded a Kathryn Davis Fellowship for Critical Languages (Arabic)-Middlebury College
●2002-2003 Awarded Fulbright Scholarship to study in Cairo, Egypt
●Summer 2003 Bi-National Fulbright Commission in Cairo renews Fulbright Scholarship for summer
●2004 Awarded a special Fellowship by American University of Cairo for Arabic Language Studies (Five per year awarded to graduate students.)
●Summer 2004 Awarded a Marjorie Kovler Fellowship at the Kennedy Library (One awarded per year in the field of either International Relations or Intelligence)
●1972-1973 Awarded the Gold-Seal Award at The Southwestern Company two summers in a row for working 80 or more hours every week of the summer
●1972 Awarded the Top Thirty-Five Sales Award at The Southwestern Company in Education Division (27th out of 2000)
●1973 Awarded the Top One Hundred Sales Award at The Southwestern Company in Education Division
Two Joint Service Commendation Medals
One Army Commendation Medal
One Joint Service Achievement Medal
Academic and Military Experience
Having studied US Presidential foreign policy in depth at the PhD level, I am fully prepared to do analysis and provide input for the development and coordination on USG foreign assistance strategies.
Having worked with the coalition at USCENTCOM and with the nations of Pakistan, India and Singapore I am very ready to work with various bureaus, relevant embassies, the White House and USAID. I have already worked with these various agencies, to include the White House in the past.
While at CENTCOM I coordinated and attended meetings with the White House and State Department staff, including Sarah Pandith and the former Ambassador to the Islamic Conference.
Opened one Shura weekly meeting attended by Ambassador Holbrooke.
Ideally suited to advise and assist in the formulation and direction of foreign affairs or in the study and disposition of information bearing on international relations due to my doctoral research on US foreign policy administered by Truman and Eisenhower administrations.