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Gary Hart

Since retiring from the United States Senate, Gary Hart has been extensively involved in international law and business, as a strategic advisor to major U.S. corporations, and as a teacher, author and lecturer. Gary Hart most recently served as Personal Representative of Secretary of State John Kerry in Northern Ireland and elsewhere, and was chair of the International Security Advisory Board of the Department of State, vice-chair of the Secretary of Homeland Security’s Advisory Council, chair of the American Security Project, the Threat Reduction committee at the Department of Defense, and co-chair of the US-Russia Commission. Gary Hart represented the State of Colorado in the United States Senate from 1975 to 1987. In 1984 and 1988, he was a candidate for his party’s nomination for President. He has been awarded the title of Grande Ufficiale by the President of the Italian Republic; the Secretary of Defense’s Award for Exceptional Public Service; and the Award of Merit by the Yale Law School. Senator Hart was first elected to the Senate in 1974, having never before sought public office, and was reelected in 1980. During his 12 years in the Senate, he served on the Armed Services Committee, where he specialized in nuclear arms control and was an original founder of the military reform caucus. He also served on the Senate Environment Committee, Budget Committee, and Intelligence Oversight Committee.
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The Thrive Questionnaire With Gary Hart

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