DeSantis tapped Nesheiwat on Aug. 1 to lead efforts to prepare Florida for the environmental, physical and economic impacts of sea level rise. Ron DeSantis last came under fire, with the Miami Herald pointing to a lack of "any obvious experience with climate change or resilience.". She later attended Umatilla High School. President Trump won Ohio over Democratic nominee Joe Biden, according to Fox News, scoring a victory critical to his prospects for winning a second term. Democratic former astronaut Mark Kelly is Arizona's next senator after defeating appointed Republican Sen. Martha McSally to serve the last two years of the late GOP Sen. John McCain's term. [3][4] Nesheiwat also served on the Governing Advisory Council for Clean Energy at the World Economic Forum and was appointed as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the Bureau of Energy Resources. Nesheiwat, who speaks Arabic, Spanish and Japanese and has top-secret security clearance, was deputy special presidential envoy with the U.S. Department of State when DeSantis, a close ally of Trump, hired her last year. [9], In August 2019, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis had appointed Nesheiwat as the state's first Chief Resilience Officer. [3][4] She is the sister of Jaclyn Stapp and Janette Nesheiwat, MD, a contributor to Fox news and alumna of US Army ROTC Advanced Officer Training in Ft. Lewis, Washington, who is a Medical Director at CityMD (an urgent care company with scores of locations in metropolitan New York City). Office of the Director of National Intelligence, "Trump to tap Florida official as homeland security adviser", "Resume [redacted] - Julia Nesheiwat, PhD", "Change and Continuity in American Leadership", "The Trump administration is working to free American hostages in Iran", "Ron DeSantis tackling climate change with 'Chief Resilience Officer, "Governor Ron DeSantis Announces Dr. Julia Nesheiwat as Florida's First Chief Resilience Officer", "Press Release: Raimondo Signs Executive Order Outlining Rhode Island's Action Plan to Stand Up to Climate Change", "State of Oregon: Policy Offices - Resilience", "American Flood Coalition welcomes Florida's new Chief Resilience Officer and applauds Governor DeSantis - American Flood Coalition", "Florida squarely in cross-hairs of climate change, new report says (w/video)", "Florida's resilience boss says right stuff on climate change. She then earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from University of South Florida in 2000. Rising conservative star Kim Klacik lost her bid to take the seat held by the late Rep. Elijah Cummings. In 1982, Nesheiwat's family relocated from New York to Umatilla, Florida. | Editorial", "Florida Senate committee addresses climate change, sustainability head-on",, Wikipedia articles in need of updating from February 2020, All Wikipedia articles in need of updating, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Special Representative for International Negotiations, This page was last edited on 3 November 2020, at 18:26. from Georgetown University, and a Ph.D. from the Tokyo Institute of Technology. She subsequently served at senior levels on a White House commission, in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, and in numerous senior economic and national security roles in the State Department spanning the Bush, Obama, and Trump Administrations. I mean, you're really trying to scrutinize the pixels of the picture," Julia Nesheiwat, a State Department official, told Pelley. [15] Nesheiwat has supported the scientific consensus on climate change and its impact on the state of Florida. Coloradans rejected a ballot measure Tuesday that would have limited the gestational age at which an abortion can be performed to 22 weeks. If you need help with WJXT’s or WCWJ's FCC public inspection file, call (904) 393-9801. [1] She also served in the Bush and Obama administrations. "[14] In this role, she was tasked with preparing Florida for the “environmental, physical and economic impacts” of sea level rise, confirmed by a 2014 national climate assessment. The daughter of Jordanian Christian immigrant parents, Nesheiwat is one of five children; she was raised in Umatilla, Florida. After the September 11 attacks, Nesheiwat served as a U.S. Army military intelligence officer, leaving the Army as a captain. Her new White House position means that she will again work alongside national security adviser Robert O'Brien, with whom she worked at the State Department.

Missouri Gov. Ron DeSantis in August as Florida’s first chief resilience officer, is reportedly going back to the federal government. Julia Nesheiwat, hired by Gov. The governor’s office didn’t immediately reply to a request for comment and confirmation Thursday. President Trump has secured Texas, scooping up 38 Electoral College votes as he attempts to claim the White House. [16][17], On February 20, 2020, Politico reported that President Donald Trump would select Nesheiwat to be his new homeland security adviser, according to an administration official and another person familiar with the matter. Trump slated to win Kenosha County 'easily' after summer of riots and president's 'law and order' messaging, Biden captures Minnesota for key win in Upper Midwest, Joni Ernst victorious in Iowa Senate race in reassuring sign for Republicans, Colorado voters reject restriction on abortion, Trump sweeps Texas, an Electoral College prize, Republican Kim Klacik loses another bid to represent Baltimore district once held by Elijah Cummings, Kelly Loeffler advances to Georgia Senate special election runoff, Trump campaign pushes back on projections of Biden winning Arizona's 11 electoral votes, Mark Kelly flips John McCain's old Senate seat in Arizona for Democrats, Republican Gov. Julia Nesheiwat is an American national security adviser currently serving as the 10th Homeland Security Advisor in the Donald Trump Administration.

Now let's act. Mike Parson will get his first full term as governor after defeating his Democratic challenger, state Auditor Nicole Galloway. Julia Nesheiwat is an American national security adviser currently serving as the 10th Homeland Security Advisor in the Donald Trump Administration. President Trump has tapped Florida chief resilience officer Julia Nesheiwat to be his White House homeland security advisor. [5], After earning her doctorate, Nesheiwat lectured on the geopolitics of energy, climate, and technology in the 21st century at Naval Postgraduate School’s National Security Affairs Department, Stanford University, and at the University of California, San Diego. [1] She served consecutive deployments for which she was awarded the Bronze Star Medal in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Legislation is moving in the House and Senate (HB 1073, SB 7016) to establish a statewide resiliency office under the governor. ", Her appointment as Florida's climate czar by Gov. President Trump has secured the state of Iowa, adding six Electoral College votes to his tally. Mike Parson holds on to Missouri governorship over promising Democrat, Nasdaq surges and Chinese yuan drops as election results show close race between Trump and Biden, Trump wins Florida in major boost to incumbent's reelection. Democratic nominee Joe Biden won Minnesota, defeating President Trump for a major Midwestern victory. Ron DeSantis in August as Florida’s first chief resilience officer, is reportedly going back to the federal government. She also served in the Bush and Obama administrations. Talk of an Electoral College tie between President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden is growing as election results show a tight race between the candidates. Trump campaign and Republican officials pushed back on projections that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden had won the state of Arizona, securing 11 electoral votes in a normally red state that Republicans have sought to hold amid a changing political landscape. [4], Nesheiwat was an International Affairs Fellow with the Council on Foreign Relations and served on the Governing Advisory Council for the World Economic Forum. Nesheiwat replaces Rear Adm. Peter Brown, who spent six months in the position. For those who believe markets can predict the future, President Trump's reelection may be looking increasingly better as results of the presidential contest stream in on election night. A former U.S. Army Captain, Neishewat spent four years as deputy special presidential envoy for hostage affairs and before that was the deputy assistant secretary of state for implementation in the Bureau of Energy Resources. She also served as the Energy Policy Advisor in the Department’s Economic bureau, was the Ex Officio Committee Member for the Florida Ocean Alliance, as well as appointed as the Global Ambassador by the World Green Building Council. "It hit me first when I was deployed right after 9/11 in various combat zones and having to see firsthand—local villages and communities affected by the turmoil, whether it’s a natural disaster or a manmade disaster, not having running water, not having the resources necessary. Janette Nesheiwat was born in Carmel, New York, the daughter of Jordanian Christian immigrants.She has four siblings, Julia, Daniel, Jaclyn, and Dina.

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