Maggie Feldman-Piltch started working for retired flag officers and their civilian counterparts as the Chief of Staff and Special Assistant to the CEO and Board of Directors at American Security Project. She continues to lead the organization's Women in Security Leadership Initiative (WiSe) and is the host of ASP’s weekly podcast series “What’s Next?”
A well-respected operational artist and strategic magician, Maggie is known for expertly bridging the civilian-military gap and completing the impossible. Areas of expertise include national security strategy and policy, building innovative partnerships for the greater good, and skillful execution of smart power.
Prior to joining ASP, Feldman-Piltch worked for The Conference Board in the Research Working Groups department and served as an Advanced Risk Apprentice with Risk Cooperative after spending time working the fashion and consumer goods industries.
Maggie is a featured contributor to Teen Vogue on political and foreign affairs, founder and moderator of the WiSelist, a Women's Information Network (WIN) Young Woman of Achievement 2017 finalist, member of the Young Transatlantic Network, and frequent speaker on c-mil and national security strategy.
Maggie graduated with Honors from Wesleyan Universityand is a proud Hoya, earning her degree from Georgetown's School of Foreign Service Security Studies Program. She is also working towards an Advanced Degree in Opera Performance from the Royal Academy of Music through its partnership with the Levine School.