|Member of||Foundation for Defense of Democracies|
From Dubowitz's FDD profile:
Mark Dubowitz is Executive Director of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. Mark is also director of FDD's global campaign, The Coalition Against Terrorist Media (CATM), which brings together Muslim, Christian, Jewish and secular organizations focused on removing "terrorism" media from worldwide broadcast. He is a member of the Committee on the Present Danger, a non-partisan international organization focused on "terrorism". For his policy-related work in the U.S. and Europe, Mark was awarded a fellowship from the German Bertlesmann Stiftung, the private foundation owned by one of Europe's largest media companies.
Mark's work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, New York Times, National Review Online, Washington Times, the New York Sun, Financial Times - Germany, and Frankfurter Allgemeine. He has also appeared on CNN, Fox News, National Public Radio, Voice of America, the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation, and on syndicated radio shows from coast to coast.
Mark previously worked in the venture capital industry focused on fundraising for early-stage technology companies. He also worked in software management as Director of International Business Development at Doubleclick (purchased by Google) and as Director of Corporate Development and General Manager, European & Asian Operations, at FloNetwork (purchased by Doubleclick).
Mark has lived in the Middle East, Europe, and Africa and speaks three languages. He graduated with honors with a masters in International Public Policy from Johns Hopkins University's Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, D.C. Mark also has JD and MBA degrees from the University of Toronto and has studied at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Ecole Supèrieure de Commerce de Paris and McGill University.
Mark Dubowitz, 'Watching al-Manar', National Review, 17 July, 2006. (Accessed 7 April, 2009)
- Mark Dubowitz Profile, FDD, Accessed: 28 October 2008.