Dan Glickman

Vice President and Executive Director, Congressional Program, The Aspen Institute; Senior Fellow, Bipartisan Policy Center

Dan Glickman is vice president of the Aspen Institute, executive director of its Congressional Program, and a senior fellow at the Bipartisan Policy Center. Glickman served as President Clinton’s agriculture secretary and represented Kansas’s 4th congressional district for 18 years. He has been chairman of the Motion Picture Association of America, director of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Institute of Politics, and worked as a trial attorney. Glickman’s wide-ranging board service includes the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Communities in Schools, Food Research and Action Center, National 4-H Council, US Global Leadership Coalition, AGree, Chicago Council on Global Affairs’ global agricultural development initiative, and the newly created Foundation for Food and Agricultural Research.

Videos/Audio of Dan Glickman

The health effects of climate change sound a clarion warning that we must attend to a rapidly deteriorating environment... See more
According to UN estimates, some 800 million people are chronically undernourished. As the world’s population multiplies... See more
New food-related disease outbreaks seem to hit the news every week, but it’s hard to know whether that reflects an... See more
About half the world's population suffers from some form of malnutrition -- 2 billion people are undernourished, 1.4... See more
Two US Department of Agriculture Secretaries, one past, one present, come together to talk about American food policies... See more
Join Senator Joe Manchin and the Institute’s Dan Glickman and Mickey Edwards, both former Congressmen, to discuss the... See more