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UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No, C0807 1637 Date: 09/13/2016 seewrer) THPART| From: Samuelson, Heather F Sent: _ Tuesday, October 23, 2012 10:48 AM Te: (Crocker, Bathsheba N Subject: RE: USDC . , HiShebs -! have one question for you on the first comment, Let me know Ifyou have time for quick call. I'm at 7- 0646. Thx : From: Crocker, Bathshebo N Sant: Monday, October 22, 2012 3:14PM ‘Tor Samuelson, Heather F Cer Metutfe, Marisa § Subject: RE: USDC Heather, | think this mostly looks fine, and does reflect our input. Just two comments — 2 Sheba Sheba Crocker & Principat Deputy Director Office of Polley Planning . ? From: Samuelson, Heather F Sent: Sunday, October 21, 2012 2:13 PM To: McAulfe, Marisa §; Sulvan, Jacob Ce: Crocker, Bathsheba N Subject: Re: USDC Thank you. ‘Sheba -- would you or someone on your team be able to review this by early next week? We received ths asthe latest: ‘draft from Chery! Benton in PA and want to make sure it reflecs/ineorporates your input. From: McAulfe, Marisa S ‘Sent: Friday, October 19, 2012 05:21 PM ‘To: Samuelson, Heather F; Sullivan, Jecob 2 (Ce: Crocker, Bathsheba N UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. CO8071637 Date: 09/13/2016 BS UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. 06071837 Date: 09/13/2018 ‘Subject: Fw: USDC ‘Thanks, Heather. #Sheba who oversaw the process. From: Samuelson, Heather F : Sent: Friday, October 19, 2012 04:39 PM . To: Sullivan, Jacob J; McAuliffe, Marisa S ~ ‘Subject: FW: USDC Jake/Morisa: ¥'m not sure who the right person in §/P is for this, but thought you all were involved in developing content and {framework for the US Diplomacy Center. ‘Attached isthe Master Plan forthe Hall. “Can your team lock over this and let me know i you have any comments/edits by early next week? ‘Thanks. © Heather From: Mills, Cheryl D ‘Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2012 7:30 AM To: Nides, Thomas R; Marshall, Capricia P; Rosenthal, Avive S; Samuelson, Heather F ‘Ce: Laszczych, Joanne; Toly, Nora F OD Subject: Pi: USDC ‘Can you all review and | will ask Joanne to seta meeting for Tuesday to discuss? Thanks, én From: Samwelson, Heather F Sent: Wednesday, October 17, 2012 4:21 PM ‘To: Mills, Chery D Ge: Tov, Nora F ‘ Subject FW: USOC . ‘Cher ~ understand you received an email from Bill Hartop from the Foreign Afars Museum Councilon this, They are waiting for your approval on the attached Master Plan for the Pavilion and Hall |. Cheryl Benton told them they could ‘Pot circulate more broadly until you cleared. BS "Nora has a binder with hard copies ofall these documents. Thx . . UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. CO6071637 Date: 09/19/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Casé No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. CO6071637 Date: 08/19/2016 ‘From: Samuelson, Heather F ‘Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2012 11:11 AM To: Mis, Chery D , Cer Toi, Nora F ‘Subject: USDC Forafter UNGA: . ‘Attached are the latest documents | have received from Cheryl Benton last week (who has taken the lead on USOC in PA) for your review. 3) Updated Master Pian of Pavition and Hall ~thisilustrates building design and content of exhibits. Let me know ifyou want me to share with $/P. FAMIC believes this was shared with you back in uly. don’t have emall trafficon that, 2). Updated “Building Diplomacy” Pamphlet for Prospective Donors will leave the full updated binder! received from Chery! B. with Nora for your review when you get back on Friday, but suggest you review attached (pages. Katy confirmed she reviewed and clears. The understanding Is that “naming” mean a small plaque wil be placed within the exhibit noting the danation. 3) Updated MOU between 00S and FAMC the track changes are proposed edits by me, Aviva, and Dana Smith | have asked Chery! B. to provide me with the following: 1). Updated fundraising numbers/financial information (how much cash is on hand, how much has been spent on design costs, etc) + 2), Update timeline for groundbreaking (ie: when do we need to get the GSA proposal in so we can break ground ._ before end of the year and how close are we to ralsing funds needed to submit GSA proposal) | think it may be useful for you to schedule a meeting with Elizabeth and Chery! 6 to go over ‘back. Would also recommend having Tara andor Avivain the room as well. ‘Thanks. ofthis when you get UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No, F-2016-00517 Doc No. C08071637 Date: 09/13/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C08071638 Date: 09/13/2016 From” Mis, Chen’ D ‘Sent: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 8:33 AM RELEASE IN PART BG Te, HRC (hdr22@dintonemail com) ‘Subject. PE My next steps Congrats to you! tam happy for you. ‘1am flagging for Heather so we do our proper ext for you. Best xém From: Radelet,’Steven (AID/A) malta: ‘Monday, October 22, 2012 06:35 PM has been great working both at State and here at USAID — thanks forall your support. And | hope to see you before ! got Best, Steve UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06071638 Date: 09/19/2018 —— UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06071640 Date: 09/19/2016 I foe Ba) Nor ae Sent Monday, October 22, 2012 11:29 PM re Lasrczych Joanne, ce Toiv, Nora F Subject: Re: USDC (Heather) Fine to have no mtg and heather draft email we discussed From: Laszczych, Joanne: ‘Sent: Monday, October 22, 2012 10:12 PM To: Mill, Cheryl O Ce: oly, Nora F ‘Subject: FW: USDC (Heather) ‘ From: Samuelson, Heather F ‘Sent: Friday, October 19, 2012 6:30 PM ‘To: Laszcaych, Joanne ‘Subject: RE: USDC Te ; | ‘to://2001:2000 state gov/t/pa/bo/pubs/8518 him . in November 2000 Secretary Albright led the groundbreaking for the U.S. Diplomacy Center, the first facility of its kind devoted to the history and craft of diplomacy. This initiative wes only a small part of the planned $340 million renovations of the Main State building. tt was only fitting therefore that in the year 2000 the President and Secretary of ‘State Albright presided over a re-dedication of the Main State building, renaming it the Harry $ Truman Building pursuant to Congressional legsation. From: Lasrcaych, Joanne « ‘Sent: Friday, October 19, 2012 6:07 PM ‘Tor Samuelson, Heather F Subject: RE: USDC Having altficuity getting folks together. Chery! asks it you think we stil need the meeting or was your discussion with her * ‘enough. Let mexnow. Thanks, Joanne UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. CO6071640 Date: 09/13/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Depariment of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06071640 Date: 09/13/2016 From: Samuelson, Heather F Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2012 9:17 AM To: Laszeryeh, Joanne ‘ ‘Subject: RE: USDC : That works forme, Thx From: Laszezych, Joarne ‘Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2012 9:16 AM ‘Tor Mills, Cheryl D; Nides, Thomas R; Marshall, Caprica P; Rosenthal, Aviva S; Samuelson, Heather F (Ce: Tolv, Nora F; Shepherd, Nadia C; Gray, Cari Subject: RE: USOC Per below, ae folks available at 2:00pm on Tuesday, 10/23? From: Mis, Chery! D ‘Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2012 7:30 AM ‘Tot Nides, Thomas R; Marshall, CapriciaP; Rosenthal, Aviva S; Samuelson, Heather F (Ce: Laszcaych, Joanne; Tot, Nora F ‘Subject: FW: USDC ~ ‘Can you all review and | will ask Joanne to set » meeting for Tuesday ta dscuss? Thants, cd From: Samuelson, Heather F ‘Sent: Wednesday, October 17, 2012 4:21 PM ‘Tos Mills, Chery! D ‘ Ge: Tow, Nora F Subject: FW: USDC Cheryl ~ understand you received an email from Bill Harrop from the Foreign Affairs Museum Couneil on this. They are ‘waiting for your approval on the attached Master Plan forthe Pavion and Halll. Cheryl Benton told them they could ‘ot circulate more broadly until you cleared, "Nora has a binder with hard copies of al these documents. Thx From: Samuelson, Heather F ‘Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2012 11:11 AM Tot Mils, Cieryt D (Ce: Tolv, Nora F ‘Subject: USDC For after UNGA: UNCLASSIFIED U.S, Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No, C0607 1640 Date: 09/13/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No, F-2016-00517 Doc No. C08071640 Date: 09/12/2016 ‘Attached are the latest documents | have received from Chery! Benton lst week (who has taken the lead on USOC in PA) for your review. - : 2), Updated Master Plan of Pavillon and Hall ~ ths ilustrates building design and content of exhibits. Let me kiow if you want me to share with $/P. FAMC believes this was shared with you back In July. don’t have email ‘waffic on that. 2), Updated “Building Diplomacy” Pamphlet for Prospective Conors~| will leave the full updated binder | received from Chery! B. with Nora for your review when you get back on Friday, but suggest you review attached ‘pages. Katy confirmed she reviewed and clears. ‘The understanding is that “naming” means a small plaque will ‘be placed within the exhibit noting the donation. | have asked Chery! 8. to provide me with the following: ‘ 1) Updated fundraising numbers/financa! information (how much cash ison hand, how much has been spent on. design costs, etc} 2), Update timeline for groundbreaking (Ie: when do we need to get the GSA proposal in so we can break ground before end of the year and how close are we to raising funds needed to submit GSA proposal) {think ft may be useful for you to schedule a meeting with Elizabeth and Chery B to go overall ofthis when you get bback. Would also recommend having Tara and/or Aviva in the room as well. Thanks. UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016.00517 Doc No. C08071649 Date: 09/13/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06071641 Date: 09/13/2016 From: Chery sen RELEASE INPART Extn, ociober 22,2012 7:55 PM To: ‘Samuelson, Heather F; To, Neve F Subject: Re. My net steps K From: Samuelson, Heather F ‘Monday, October 22, 2012 07:38 PM ‘To: Mit, Cheryl D; Talv, Nora F ‘Subject: Re: My next steps Still on our rolls, but AID reimburses us fr his salary. From: Mis, Cheryl D ‘Sent: Monday, October 22, 2012 07:35 PM ‘To: Samuelson, Heather F; Toiv, Nora F has been great working both at State and here at USAID ~ thanks fo all our support! “best, steve UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C0607 1641 Date: 09/13/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Dapartment of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No, CO6071645 Date: 09/19/2016 From: Samuelson, Heather F Sent: ‘Monday, October 22, 2012 4:38 PM Te: ‘Crocker, Bathsheba N cc McAuliffe, Marisa S Subject: RE: USDC ‘Sheba ~ thank you. Thisis helpful. 1 wil pass these thoughts along to PA and connect them with Daniels, From: Crocker, Bathsheba No ‘Sent: Monday, Oteber 22, 2012 3:14 PM To: Samuelson, Heather F Ce: Mehul, Marisa S * ‘Subject: RE: USDC Heather, | think this mostly looks fine, and does reflect our input. Just two comments — 1 Sheba Sheba Crocker ‘ Prindipat Deputy Otrector Office of Paley Planning From: Samvelson, Heather F ‘Sent: Sundey, October 21, 2012 2:13 PM To: McAulife, Marisa §; Sliven, Jacob 3 Cet Crocker, Bathsheba N- Subject: Re: USOC Thank you. ‘Sheba ~- would you or someone on your team be able to review this by early next week? We recelved this asthe latest daft from Chery! Benton in PA and want to make sure It reflets/incorporates your input. From: McAuiffe, Marisa S Sent: Friday, October 19, 2012'05:21 PM ‘To: Samuelson, Heather F; Sullivan, Jacob J (Ce: Crocker, Bathsheba N UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C0807 1645 Date: 09/19/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No, F-2018-00517 Doc No. CO6071645 Date: 09/13/2016 ‘Subject: Fw: USDC ‘Thanks, Heather. +Shetia who aversaw the process, ‘From: Samuelson, Heather F ‘Sent: Friday, October 19, 2012 04:39 PM ‘To: Sullivan, Jacob J; MeAulfe, Marisa S . ‘Subject: FW: USOC Jake/Marisa: {Y'm not sure who the right person’ in $/? is for this, but thought you all were Involved In developing content and framework for the US Diplomacy Center. " ‘Attached is the Master Plan for the Hall (Can your team look over this and let me know if you have any comments/edits by early next week? Thanks. Heather . From: Mils, Cheryl D . ‘Sent: Thursday, October 18, 20127:30 AM * Tot Nides, Thomas R; Marshal, Coprcia P; Rosenthal, Aviva S; Samuelson, Heather F (Ge: Laszczych, Joanne; Tolv, Nora F ‘Subject: FW: USDC" ‘Can you all review and | will ask Joanne to set 2 meeting for Tuesday to discuss? Thanks. den ‘From: Samuelson, Heather F ‘Sent: Wednesday, October 17, 2012 4:21 PM ‘To: Mis, Chery Ce: Tolv, Nora F Subject FW: USOC : ‘Chery! ~ understand you received an email from Bill Harrop from the Foreign Affairs Museum Council an this. They are: ‘waiting for your approval om the attached Master Plan for the Pavilion and Hall. Cheryl Benton told them they could not circulate more broadly until you cleared. ‘Nora has a binder with hard copies of al these dacuments. The UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06071645 Date: 09/73/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No, C06071645 Date: 09/13/2016 ‘From: Samuelson, Heather F Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2012 11:11 AM Tot Mis, Cheryt D Ge: Tol, Nora F Subject: USDC For after UNGA: . : ‘Attached are the latest documents | have received from Chery! Benton last week (who has taken the lead on USOC in PA) + for your review. 1), Updated Master Plan of Pavilion and Hall ~ this llustrates building design and content of exhibits. Let me know i you want me to share with $/P. FAMC believes this was shared with you back in July. don't have emt trafficon that. 2) Updated “Budi Diplomacy” Pamphlet fr Prospective Donors—| wil leave the full updated binder | received from Chery! B with Nora for your review when you get back on Friday, but suggest you review attached ages. Katy confirmed she reviewed and clears. The understanding is that “naming” mesns a small plaque will be placed within the exhibit nating the donation. 3) eben neta cmencaes ‘and Dana smith BS {have asked Cheryl B, to provide me with the following: 1). Updated fundraising numbers/financial information (how much cash is on hand, how much has been spent on design costs, etc) 2), Updete timeline for groundbreaking (le: when do we need to get the GSA proposal in so we can breck ground ‘before end of the year and how close are we to ralsing funds needed to submit GSA proposal) {think it may be useful for you to schedule a meeting with Elizabeth and Chery! 8 to go over all ofthis when you get back. Would also recommend having Tara and/or Aviva in the room.as well. Thanks. UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06071645 Date: 09/19/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06071649 Date: 09/13/2016 ELEASE IN PART] From: [85.88 Semmuelson, Heather F Sent: Mondey, October 22,2012 235 PM To: Vogelstein, Rachel Subject: RE: Questign Attachments: 2012-10-23 Draft PO Vogelstein SGE docx Gott. 1 puttogetherthe tached draft postion desertion tor there. Lene now yourthowhs, The From: Vogelstein, Rachel > ‘Sent: Monday, October 22, 2012 12:22 PM eather F Sent: Monday, October 22, 2012 7:05 AM ‘To: Vogelstein, Rachel ‘Subject: Re: Question I Mefenne is fine, | will let Cynthia Motley and Pat Certer know we are supportive and they will tart paperwork process: From: Vogelstein, Rachel Sent: Money, Octobe 2,202 05:24 ' To: Samuelson, Heather ‘Subject: Fw: Question | will talk to Melanne this morning -can you let me know what to do next? Thank you so much! From: Mis, Chery! ‘Sent: Monday, October 22, 2012 04:32 AM ‘To: Kein, Jennifer L; Vogelstein, Rachel Cc; Semuelson, Heather F ‘Subject: Re: Question Sounds good. Heather will follow-up to address, cam ee Sent: Friday, October 19, 2012 05:22 PM To: Vogt, Race ils, Chey! © Ce: Samuelson, Heather ‘Subject: Re: Question UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doe No. CO6071649 Date: 09/19/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C08071649 Date: 09/13/2016 From: Vogelstein, Rachel Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2012 04:56 PM ‘To: Mils, Chery! D : Klein, Jennifer L; Samuelson, Heather F Subject: Question” Hicheryl, Bs BS | Pease let is know your thoughts ~ thank you, Yours, © Rachel UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. CO8071649 Date: 09/19/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No, C08071852 Date: 00/13/2016 GELEASEINFLD = posITION DESCRIPTION Senior Adviser (Expert) WAE Organizational Location: This position is located in the Office of the Secretary, Office of Global Women’s Issues., The incumbent serves as an Expert, Special Government Employee, to the Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women’s Issue, providing expert knowledge and advice to the Ambassador and Department officials es requested by the Ambassador on a Varying range of matters to ensure that women’s issues are fully integrated in the formulation and conduct of U.S. foreign policy. This includes aiding in policy development and drafting briefing papers and remarks for the Secretary, Ambassador and other Department principals ‘on promoting stability, peace, and development by empowering women politically, socially, and economically around the world. The incumbent will also aid in the development of a course at the Foreign Service Institute on these principles. Primary Purpose: Having served in the Office of Global Women’s Issues since 2008, the incumbent has unique experience and background in this field. For this reason the Ambassador has asked her to serve as a Senior Adviser, with Special Government Employee status, so that she may draw on the ineumbent’s expertise as needed. As requested by the Ambassador, the incumbent will provide advice and counsel on a varying range of issues that the Ambassador may confront; may attend meetings, domestically and internationally with and on behalf ofthe ‘Ambassador and other Department principals; and may advise on, administer, and ‘make recommendations on key programs and policies. UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2018-00517 Doc No. C08071852 Date: 09/13/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No, C06071788 Date: 09/13/2016 Mills, Chery © Monday, October 22, 2012 11:44 AM ‘Burs, Witiam Samuelson, Heather FSulivan, Jacob J ‘ ce Kennedy, Patrick F Subject: Re: Dan Fed oot From: Burns, Wiliam 3 ‘Sent: Monday, October 22, 2012 11:41 AMt To: Mls, Cheryl O; Samvelson, Heather F; Sullven, Jacob 2 (Ce: Kennedy, Patrick F ‘Subject: Re: Dan Fried Frome: Mil, Chery D ~ ra ‘Adding Bill and Pat for reactions rem: Samuelson, Heather F Sent: Monday, October 22, 2012 11:32 AM To: Mls, Chery! D; Sullivan, Jacob 3 ‘Subject: Dan Fried Th UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No, C06071796 Date: 09/13/2016 BS UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C0607 1602 Date: 09/13/2016 vom cnn nr feet RELERETRRT] Sten ea To: Subject: Mis, Cher ¢ ‘Attachments: 5 JResume 1016 2012 Design Gov Resume.pdt ‘Cheryl — Kate and PFO want to hire a Deputy/Special Assistant in WHL for AID. Kate has never had s deputy/special assistant before ~she has 2 personal assstant/intern ‘who used to help her part-time but is now returning to ther full-time role Sth Kate and PP0 wan to he who curremly works] Cd {met with{—todsy ] ‘Given where we ae inthe calendar, I think this is fine. She would not start untillate Novernber/beginning Deceinber. Let me know your thoughts. Th UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517' Doc No. 08071802 Date: 09/13/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. CO6071604 Date: 09/13/2016 From: Sarmuetson, Heather F Sent: ‘Monday, October 22, 2012 9:0 AM To: ‘Otero, Maria ce. Mills, Chery D; Toi, Nora F; Pet Laura Subject: RE: Recommendations on OGP Maria: Many thanks for the thoughtful and helpful memo. LS ‘Let me know if you want to discuss further. I'm at 202 647 0646, Best. Heather From: Otero, Maria Sent: Wednesday, October 17,2012 12:36 PH To: Mils, Chery! D (Ce: Fitzpatrick, Kathleen M; Tol, Nora F ‘Subject: Recommendations on OGP Cheryl: ‘The enclosed note provides my recommendations on institutionslzing and staffing the Open Government Partneiship {0GP). Would appreciate your feedback. Best, Maria Under Secretary of Sto (or Gritan Securty, Democrecy bod Human Rights . Department of Stale ‘2201 C St. NYY Reon 7261 ‘Weshington OC 20520 + 22 -647-8200 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Ooc No, C06071804 Date: 09/13/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Depariment of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. CO6071807 Date: 09/19/2016 From: Ei Samuelson, Heather F ene, BEBE A") onday october 2, 2012 706 AM To: Feinstein tee Subject: Re: Follow up ‘Thanks ~-let me know how conversation goes. From: Feinstein, Lee ‘Sent: Sunday, October 21, 2012 11:55PM - ‘To: Semuelson, Heather F ‘Subject: Re: Follow up “ Dear Heather, aa | wil cele back with Rose right away. Thanks, LE Lee A Feinstein : US Ambassador to Poland rom: Samuelson, Heather F To: Feinsteln, Lee Sent: Sun Oct 21 21:16:12 2012 . ‘Subject: Re: Follow up . ee ~ BS ot Thx From: Feinstein, lee ‘Sent: Sunday, October 21, 2012 01:44 PM Semelson, Heather F ‘Subject: Ret Follow up % Lee A. Feinstein [US Ambassador to Poland From: Samuelson, Heather F To: Feinstein, Lee * ‘Sent: Sun Oct 21 19:34:33 2012 . ‘Subject: Re: Follow up J wit fotlow up with him tomorrow if! ¢o not hear anything before BS then, : 1 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No, F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06071807 Date: 09/13/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2018-00517 Doc No. C06071807 Date: 08/19/2016 From: Feinstein, Lee ‘Sent: Sunday, October 21, 2012 ‘To: Samuelson, Heather F ‘Subject: Re:'Follow up tHeaner, Thomson afr. dapa pt em on Be many of ey, Coober 28 BS What day are you departing post? Thanks Heather From: Feinstein, Lee Sent: Sunday, Gcober 21, 2012 05:54AM ‘To: Samuelson, Heather F Subject: Re: Colin McMahon HiHesther, i66 hahk everyone, And W posstle, please give a call today just to confi. fm avaliable cy Loe A. Feinstein - US Ambassador to Poland ‘Sant: Sat Oct 20 17:09:32 2012 ‘Subject: Colin McMahan Lee: Here is Colin's emt: Solin t Mcmahon) UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C08071807 Date: 09/13/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06071807 Date: 09/13/2016 Let me know if you have trouble reaching him. ‘Thanks Heather From: Feinstein, Lee ‘Sent: Saturday, October 20, 2012 09:20 AM ‘To: Samuelson, Heather F Ce: Mills, Cheryl D ‘Subject: Re: Checking in re Assignment ’ ‘Trane, Heather. Looking forward. Bas ines fr us are by 113m your i, 4-8 your, but wa Rex, tee Lee A Feinstein US Ambassador to Polana From: Samuelson, Heather F To: Feinstein, Lee Ce: Mills, Chery Sent: Sat Oct 20 15:09:39 2012, Subject: Re: Checking in re Assignment Thanks Lee. Willgive you call later today. From: Feinstein, Lee ‘Sent: Friday, October 19, 2012 10:56 PM ‘To: Samuelson, Heather F : ec: Mills, Chery! D Subject: Re: Checking in re Assignment Heather and Cheryl, ‘Thanks forthe note. 'm up and available now or over the weeker mmeison my cel tu ops pron my Vonage ine Best tee Lee A. Feinstein US Ambassador to Poland From: Samuelson, Heather F . ‘To: Feinstein, Lee Ce: Mis, Cheryl D ‘Sent: Sat Oct 20 00:13:37 2012 . ‘Subject: RE: Checking in re Assignment Lee: | connected with Cheryl, Pat and Jake on this today and think we found a path forward. Let me know if you have time to talk this weekend. UNCLASSIFIED U.S:Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06071807 Date: 09/19/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06071807 Date: 09/13/2016 Best. Heather From: ToWv, Nora F Subject: Checking in re Assignment Dear Chery, | know how hectic and difficult it must be right now at the Department. I'm nine days from de however, and planning on showing up i the Department when return on October 2 85 |I know Pat is occupied at the moment. Can you and | schedule a time to talk today or ‘ver the weekend? Andis Pator someone ese aaloble for usto reach out to[—_—]lathe meantime? All best, Lee Lee Feinstein UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. CO6071807 Date: 08/13/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06071812 Date: 09/13/2016 From:REI ‘Samuelson, Heather F Sen gaee | Siocon 26094 Tet [Nides, Thomas R Subject: Fw. follow up from lest right Tom, (Cheryl responded to Sve directly with atest thinking. See below. Thanks Heather From: Mills, Cheryl D ‘Sent: Friday, October 19, 2012 Pu Tor drusanf_ Bel Cc: Samuelson, ‘Subject: RE: follow up from last night Dear Susan | ‘Thanks so much for this — fortuitous that we ran into each other. ' BS wit be ftlowing up eém From: drsusag ~ Bb Sent Tuesdey, or Mis, cher D ‘Subject: folow up from last night ‘Good morning, Cheryl, Wonderful to see you ist night twas a teriic evening. The Presidentand Dr. Angelou ae | US. Representative 7 B7(C) Be: Bry B7(C) ‘Thank you again for the slme and attention! you've already given to this matter despite the rigorous demands of your schedule. 1am tly grateful to Secretary Clinton for her exrardinary leadership of the U.S, Sate Department end am available to speak with you futher abou this at yout convenience. UNCLASSIFIED’ U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. CO6072071 Date: 09/13/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U/S, Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No, C08072179 Date: 09/19/2016 From: Samuelson, Heather F f sore Fy ca i 125064 Ee") Te ines Pilppe | Subject: RE: Salam al-Mareyati From: Reines, Philippe T ‘Sent: Friday, October 19, 2012 5:05 Pm ‘To: Samuelson, Heather F ‘Subject: RE: Splam a-Marayats | ‘This @ good time to talk? . t ‘This emallls UNCLASSIFIED. . | ‘From: Samuelson, Heather F ‘Sent: Wednesday, October 17, 2012 7:55 PM To: Relnes, PhilppeT 1 ‘Subject: Re: Selam al-Marayati 1 Of course. Will call you tomorrow am, From: Reines, Philippe 1 . Sent: Wednesday, October 17, 2012 07:50 PM ‘To: Samuelson, Heather F ‘Subject: Salam abMarayati ‘Sorry, didn’t get to this today - can we connect tomorrow? ‘This email is UNCLASSIFIED. From: Semielson, Heather F ‘Sent: Wednesday, October 17, 2012 11:24 AM ‘Tat Relnes, Philippe I; Sullivan, Jacob J ee Mts, Cheryl D Subject: FW: Oct 12th article PIR/ake: Sending you additional info on this. UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06072178 Date: 09/13/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06072179 Date: 09/13/2016 | understand from EUR that he was one of three members of the pubiic invited to participate in this meeting and came recommended by the Helsinki Commission (commission of 9 Senate and 9 House members}. EUR consulted with ORL, ‘Hannah Rosenthal, and Farah Pandith before sending him. htrp://osce.usmssion.gov/dblicy-news/us-helsinki-commlssion-hearings htm} Below is the press guidance EUR drafted and cleared a couple weeks ago when the issue was first raised. Thanks Heather From Samuelson, Heather F ‘Sent: Tuesday, October 16,-2012 6:40 PM To: Mills, Chery! O ‘Subject: Fw: Oct i2th article Frise bon 199 catedmel rerio ie toner, ‘but wanted to flag for you. I'l also reach out to IIP in case he was part of their speaker's series. From: Casey, Kinsey (maid Sent: Tuesday, October 16, ZOTE0ER ‘To: Samuelson, ‘Ge: McMahon, Cattn| ‘Subject: Oct 12th: ‘AL-Marayati's Dangerous “Diplomatic” Ideas I The Algemeiner Labeled the fastest growing Jewish newspaper in America, the NEW Algemeiner serves as 0 valiant mecfo voice ‘addressing the mast compelling issues of our time, with vison, integrity ond moral carty. The NEW Algemene so pioneering newspaper, setting trends while offering stimuloting content, breokjng news, end {insightful onatyss into events of our times, 1s bold approach includes investigative reporting, lively feotures and ‘opinions, presenting an unconventional and unique stond on palitics and the social and cultural Ife ofthe American ond international Jewish community. Unique in today’s lewish media, the Algemeiner i louded for its all-encompessing ‘noture, reaching many thousonds of avid readers from dlverse communities across the globe. Adticle UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C08072179 Date: 09/19/2016 Bs 86| UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06072179 Date: 09/13/2016 ‘The State Department is vocterously defending its decision to send Muslim Public Affairs Council boss Salam al- ‘Marayati to represent the United States at a recent 10-day human rights conference in Poland. He “has been involved in U.S. government initiatives for almost 10 years and has been a valued and highly credible interlocutor on issues affecting ‘Muslim communities,” a State Department spokesman told the Washington Free Beacon, adding that al-Marayati was invited to participate in the meeting “asa reflection ofthe wide diversity of backgrounds ofthe American people.” Ifthe absmarayati choice is any indication, that “diversity” apparently extends to ant-srae ideologues who attack US. terrorism prosecutions, whitewash Hamas war crimes, and portray ran asa victim of U.S. perfidy. And he runs an ‘organization which opposes key elements of American counter-terror policies, including the drone strike which killed ‘American-born al-Qaida cleric Anwar al-Awiaki, the closing of terror-supporting charities and sting operations against ‘would-be homegrown terrorists, ‘A year ago, al-Marayati even threatened to sever thes with the US. government ina strongh-worded Los Angeles ‘Times op-ed column. Expressing anger over the use of “anti-Musim” training materials by the FBl and 2 U.S. Attorney's office, a-Marayati wrote: “if this matter isnot immediately addressed, i will undermine the relationship between law enforcement and the Muslim American community—another example ofthe ineptitude and/or apathy undermining bridges buitt with care over decades.” Inspite of MPAC's hostile view of government policies, administration officials routinely turn to MPAC for policy advice, Including the training materials al-Marayati ranted about inthe Times. n February, MPAC officials met with FBI Director Robert Mueller to discuss training materials about Islam, That sare month, MPAC officials met with top Pentagon leaders to recelve an apology over a recent incident involving Quran burnings in Afghanistan. {n 2010, the State Department sent al Marayatito Paris and Geneva to speak to United Netins groups about religious {freedom and free speech. Don't rake my word for it when it comes to ak Marayat’s extreme views toward Israel, US. polly and law enforcement. ‘Wateh and listen to the following examples from ab Marayati’s mouth: + In a January 2012 appearance on Russie TV's “Cross Tal,” aHMarayatl depicted Iran as the victim ih the diplomatic ‘crisis over its ili nuclear progrem. ‘The problem Inthe cso anis ta ts sng ou athe test We [the US] dort wat da wth North Korea way we deal with ran he sald. "With other countries, we utile the IAEA, we use multilateral instruments to ata te rutesr problem. inthis case of tran, there is no dialogue, there i (sic) no negotiation, iis all confrontational policies thats (sic) part ofa war-mongering mentality here inthe US. and they re just waiting forthe ‘ripwire and then the machinery of war wil begin” ‘AbMarayati also suggested that Israelis controlling US. foreign policy, “The other point here, which is very important historicalty, the United States has done a ot of dirty work that has served the interests of Israel,” he sa. “it destroyed rag. It supported the destruction and crippling of Egypt thas crippled the Gulf. And now, its looking to iran as the ‘next target for ripping and destroying. | think this ls madness, WhoIs driving our foreign polcy- President Obama or Prime Minster Netanyahu?” + In July 2006 during the israel-Hizballah war, abMarayati declared thatthe Holocaust was no excuse for israelt “dehumanization” of Arab peoples: “"We're against Holocaust denial, but we're also against peopte who exploit that esa way of shoving this kind of war ‘propaganda and dehumanization of the Arab peoples and the Muslim peoples as If they have to pay the price for what ‘Naxl Germany did to the Jews backin the 20thcentury” ‘AbMarayati has harshly criticized U.S. terrorism prosecutions, ‘Ata March 12, 2006 fundraising dinner for Sari Al-Arian, he likened the prosecution to the detention of innocent Japanese civilians in the US. during World War I. Al-Marayatl suggested that “we are being dictated upon, not onion ‘terminology, but dictated upon on who speaks for us, and cur organizations, our charities, re shut down one by one. ‘Therefore, brothers and sisters, there is a storm that itis comming. That storm is going to be worse than Japanese Internment.” UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No, C06072179 Date: 09/13/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06072178 Date: 09/19/2018 ‘AL-Marayat called AbArien “the gentleman who defied the odds in a system that ls unfair, and there Is no way You can ‘get afar tral n view of any ofthese issues today. But regardiess,he was able to defy the odds and he was acquitted of all the terrorism charges that were levied against him.” ‘One month later, Al-Arian pleaded gulty toa charge of conspiring to provide services tothe Palestinian islamic Jihad, & designated terrorist organization i violation of US. law. “You laughed when you heard about the bombings" carried out by the PU, U.S District Judge ‘ames Moody tolé A-Arian in pronouncing sentence, caling him a “master manipulator” + Speaking to Dallas audience in 2005, al-Marayat attacked law enforcement’ use of informants in terrorism Investigations. He blasted the government for using informants in the case against Umer and Hamid Hayat, a father and s0n living in Lodi, Calf. “The disaster of Lodi is that Muslims were reporting each other to the authorities, saying: ‘Oh, this person is an extremist... This s the mode! not to follow.” ‘ils rested in cancion of the ey on charge of roving mater sppet test Osis and mating false statements. Hamid Hayat was sentenced to 24 years in prison. + After federal authorhles In May 2009 disrupted a pit to bomb synagogues and fre missles a US. miltary areata ‘Marayatl criticized the prosecution. “These were individuals who were either petty criminals or gulible people Who ‘were guilty of stupidity. They were not imminent thrests to our country, asthe FB has stated,” ak Marayatl told Fox News. ‘The four men convicted Inthe plot were convicted and sentenced to 25-year prison terms. ‘Ata minimum, Marayat’s long record of whitewashing terrorism, trvalizing the Holocaust, and denigrating law enforcement’s work in protecting Americans from jihadist terror ralses serious questions about the State Departrient’s judgment in deciding who should represent the United States abroad. Making taxpayers foot the bill to send the likes of ‘Marayatl overseas isthe height of folly and legitimizes an official and his orgarization that often works against the same ‘government that legitimizes i with such significant access. Kinsey Casey . “The White House | Presider ce Direct: st Kas UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No, -2016-00517 Doc No. C06072179 Date: 09/13/2016 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No, F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06072183 Date: 09/13/2016 From: ‘Samuelson, Heather F Sent: Friday, October 19, 2012 5:03 PM To: Goosby, Eric; Quam, Lois E Subject: FW. follow up from last night ieftols~can you let me know your thoughts| Thanks. From: Hits, Chen D ~~ ‘Sent: Friday, October 19, 2012 3:09 PM ‘To: Samuelson, Heather F Ce: Balou-Aares, Daniels; Smith, Jeennemade E; Goosby, Eric; Nides, Thomas R ‘Subject: FW: follow up from last night Heather Can you canvas our folks views| Saat fe ie Te IEETR —— ‘Sent: Tuesday, 16, 201; aM ‘To: Mills, Cheryl D ‘Subject! follow up from last night ‘Good moming, Cheryl. Wonderfulto see you lastnight. was a terrific evening. The President ané Dr. Angelou domonsirated how words matter and are the “weapons” we need now to promote healing in our nation and around the world ‘4s a folowupto our dlscussion, tached isan oped | wote for Weshingion Times on glob! heat diplomacy In 2007. ‘Aso, | mentioned, had developed a proposal fora global heath ofce at Stale several years ago. Recent, brllly ‘poke wih the Secretary who appeared interested in talking further about ways to got involved, ‘Would be detghted to speak more in depth about globel heath 2s wel as women's issues. As you underscored, the ‘mnportant message and infreetucture thatthe Secretary has bull about he Importance of women in peacebuilding as wel {28 global health 2s a toa of smart power need tobe sustained and strengthened maving forward both insige and ousive ‘of government. Please let me know f you have time to talk again oi can be of futher assistance. | canbe reached ai ‘Thanks for your dedicated service: Allthe best, ‘Susan ‘Susan J, Blumenthal, MD, MPA Director, Health and Medicine Program Center for the Study of the Presidency and Con ‘Senior Medical Advisor, am{AR, The Foundation for AIDS Research Former US Assistant Surgeon General Rear Admicel, USPHS (ret) Clinical Professor, Georgetown and Tufts Schools of Medicine ‘website: yw. 4alobeiheatth org UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06072183 Date: 09/19/2016 BB UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F:2016-00517 Doc No, C06072201 Date: 08/19/2016 From: (RELEASE IN PART] Mls, Chery! D Friday, October 19, 2012 3:09 PM ‘Samuelson, Heather F Ballou-Aares, Daniella; Smith, Jeannemarie E; Goosby, Eric; Nides, Thomas R FW; follow up from last night -2007.8.26_WashTimes_Health diplomacy Rx tor_peace-pdf; 2011.38 + Womens Health Decades_Later.paf; 2012.7.23_Making_AIOS_History.pdf; 2021.12.1 “ADS-Free. Generation po Bo Blumenthl August. 2012p ot a ianeam : Subject: follow up from last night Good morning, Cheryl. Wonderful to see-you last night. It was a terfic evening. The President and Dr. Angelou ‘demonstrated how words matter and are the ‘weapons we need new to promote healing in our nation and around the wort - . ‘As a followup to our discussion, attached is an oped | wrole far Washington Times on global health éiplomacy in 2607. ‘Aico, 2s | mentioned, had developed a proposal fora global heath ofc at Siale several years ago. Recently, bret, spoke wih the Secretary who appeared interested in talking further about ways to get involved, Would be delighted to speak more in depth about global hesith as well as womerts Isses, AS you underscored, the important message and infrestucture thatthe Secretary hes buit about the importance of women in peacebuilding as well as global heath asa too of smar power need toe susie and stenghhaned moving oval boned and ouside ‘government, " Pease let me know i you have time to tik again ori can be of further assistance. | canbe reach ‘Thanks for your dedicated service, ‘All the best, Susen Susan J. Blumenthal, MD, MPA Director, Health and.Medicine Program Center for the Study ofthe Presidency and Congress Senior Medical Advisor, am{AR, The Foundation for AIDS Research Former US Assistant Surgeon General Rear Admital, USPHS (el) Clinical Professor, Georgetown and Tufts Schoo’ of Medicine ‘website: wow. éolobaihoath ora UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06072201 Date: 09/13/2016 86 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06072212 Date: 09/13/2016 HUFEPOST HEALVHY |IVI Susan - "GET UPDATES FROM SUSAN BLUMENTHAL, AD, Blumenthal, M.D. eS | ities ‘ene ats ao are Pamela te A Roadmap for Achieving an AIDS-Free Generation Pena HO O20 PET Reet? snag [imoting’ Fav Seay el [Gem nara] Wor Folow> @ viac8, abs ar, fon ae tse iS Pearce, Wok DE ‘eis tem er, wetacna bint, hand wena asomears 4 mare > By Susan Blumenthal, M4.D., and Melissa Shive Tomorrow on World AIDS Day, President Obama will speak rbout beginning to end the AIDS ‘epidemic in America and worldwide. Last month, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced the U.S. government's commitment to achlevig an HIV-free generation by building upon the accomplishments of the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and the significant successes that U.S, and internatione! investments in science and services have already achieved in the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS. The strategy involves combining traditional prevention methods, health systems improvements and social change with three particular action areas: eliminating mother-to-child transmission of HIV, expanding voluntary ‘medical male circumcision and increasing access to treatment for peopte living with HIV/AIDS ~ ~all aimed at significantly reducing the transmission and impact ofthe disease, “The annouincement ofa roadmap to achieve an AIDS-free generation isa fing way to ‘commemorate the 30th anniversary of the reporting of the first eases of AIDS in 1961. For the first time in the history of the epidemic, the possibilty of an ALDS-free generation isin sight. ‘Over the past three decades, groundbreaking research has produced lifesaving antiretroviral ‘medications (ARVs) that have revolutionized HIV/AIDS treatment. This past summer, wo {andmark studies conducted in Africa revealed that a once-a-day pill combining two commonlj- prescribed HIV medications ean also prevent HIV infection by 60-70 percent. Revently, other ‘esearch has demonstrated that oral pre-exposure prophylaxis, ora "prevention pill” isan UNCLASSIFIED U.S, Department of State Case No. F-2016-00517 Doc No. C06072212 Date: 09/13/2016