Timothy McBride, Joe Purcell Named to Center for a New American Security’s Advisory Board

Timothy McBride, Joe Purcell Named to Center for a New American Security’s Advisory Board
CNAS

Timothy McBride, global government relations lead at Raytheon Technologies, and Joe Purcell, vice chairman of the financial sponsors coverage group at Morgan Stanley, have been appointed to the board of advisers of the Center for a New American Security.

The executives will advise the organization on key policy issues and help it develop and implement its intellectual agenda, CNAS said Tuesday.

McBride brings to the role more than three decades of experience in business consulting and government affairs and has held senior leadership roles at Covidien and United Technologies Corp. before its merger with Raytheon.

He is a former senior official at the White House and sits on the boards of the Atlantic Council and The Economic Club of Washington, D.C. He is also a member of the U.S.-Afghan Women's Council and the George H.W. Bush Presidential Museum & Library Advisory Board and a co-founder of Ayenda Foundation.

Purcell has been with Morgan Stanley since 2010. He spent 15 years at JPMorgan and served as a managing director in investment banking. He is co-chair of the Morgan Stanley Veterans Employee Networking Group, a member of the Naval War College Foundation and Business Executives for National Security and vice chairman of the board of Foundations in Education. He also served in the U.S. Navy as a supply officer for nearly a decade.

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