DHSPaul Goldenberg appointed to the Homeland Security Advisory Council

Published 23 September 2013

Paul G. Goldenberg, president of Hamilton, New Jersey-based Cardinal Point Strategies, was appointed to the Homeland Security Advisory Council to serve a 3-year term. Goldenberg has built a career as a criminal justice executive with experience in a variety of government and non-governmental organizations.

Paul G. Goldenberg, president of Hamilton, New Jersey-based Cardinal Point Strategies, was appointed to the Homeland Security Advisory Council to serve a 3-year term. The council of thirty-five members is chaired by Judge William Webster, the former CIA and FBI director. Former Los Angeles Police Department chief William Bratton serves as the vice chair.

Others on the panel include former congressman and 9/11 Commission member Lee H. Hamilton; Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley; NYPD Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly; and former assistant to President George W. Bush for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, Fran Fragos Townsend.

“I am honored and privileged to serve with such distinguished members in working to secure our national security,” said Goldenberg.

Goldenberg has built a career as a criminal justice executive with experience in a variety of government and non-governmental organizations. In addition to his domestic work, Goldenberg has served as a special adviser for international law enforcement matters for the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, assisting more than a dozen European governments and law enforcement agencies with combating hate crimes, extremism, and xenophobia in vulnerable communities. He helped set domestic and international policy for the legislation and investigation of hate crimes, community conflict, , intelligence-led policing, and counter-terrorism.

He served as chief of the New Jersey State Attorney General’s Office of Bias Crimes and Community Relations.

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