Doug Haynes achievements

Doug HaynesDoug Haynes is the head of The Council, is an advisor to top executives of private and public enterprises, and has been a member of the Council of Foreign Relations.

Doug Haynes is a highly regarded expert on national security and global affairs and an accomplished entrepreneur who’s helped launch careers in technology, finance, sports, and entertainment. He’s currently ranked on the Forbes list of most powerful people in media.

He also graduated summa cum laude from Columbia University with a political science and economics degree. He was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and was published by The New York Times, The Washington Post, Time Magazine, and National Review.

He then moved to California and founded Hayllent, a multi-media entertainment company. Hayley owns a stake in the NSync music videos and has contributed to the success of such music videos as “Bye Bye Bye,” “It’s Gonna Be Me,” and “Larger than Life.”

In Florida, Haynes is a member of the boards of directors for several companies and organizations, including Bright House Networks, The Stronach Group, and the Harmon Foundation. At Bright House Networks, he serves on the Audit Committee and is responsible for overseeing the financial operations of Florida’s leading cable provider

Doug also serves on the Florida East Coast Industries (FECI) board, which owns a percent stake in Bright House Networks. FECI also owns All Aboard Florida, a company building high-speed rail between Miami and Orlando.

Doug has been a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. At CFR, he served as a senior member and Director of The Task Force on Emerging Threats to U.S. Security and a member of the Reconnecting America Project and the World Affairs Councils of America.

Doug Haynes has been named to Forbes Magazine’s list of most powerful people in media. NASA Administrator Charles Bolden highly regards him as a key influencer in space policy and a key contributor to President Barack Obama’s transition team and Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy.

Haynes’ writings have appeared in many newspapers and periodicals, including The Wall Street Journal, National Review Online, and the Houston Chronicle.

He is a regular guest on Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC.

He has published multiple books, including: “Cowboy Nation” (coauthored with Todd Arrington) and “The Best Laid Plans,” which were featured on the cover of The New York Times Magazine. His book, Nuclear Showdown, was nominated for a J. Anthony Lukas Book Prize for best regional nonfiction.

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