Jane Holl Lute

Special Coordinator, Special Advisor to the Secretary-General, United Nations

Jane Holl Lute is special coordinator on improving the United Nations response to sexual exploitation and abuse, and special advisor to the secretary-general on relocation of Iraq’s Camp Hurriya residents. She was previously CEO of Center for Internet Security, deputy secretary for the US Department of Homeland Security, and held multiple positions at the UN from 2003 to 2007, including acting under-secretary-general. She was executive vice president and COO of the UN Foundation and Better World Fund and worked on the Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict. Lute was a National Security Council staff member under Presidents George H. W. Bush and Clinton and had a distinguished US Army career.

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