Tony Housh is a nonresident senior fellow with the Atlantic Council’s Europe Center. He is a business leader with thirty years of business and strategic advisory experience in Poland and Central Europe. He is a long-serving member of the board of directors of the American Chamber of Commerce in Poland and has been the chairman since 2015.

Housh has led business entry and development in the aerospace and defense field with Northrop Grumman, served as a board member on a NASDAQ and Warsaw Stock Exchange company, and advised senior C-suite leadership at companies in a range of sectors including the energy, defense and security, life sciences, financial services, and innovative technology sectors.

He is the principal of CGC Advisors and also serves on the supervisory boards for several US investments in Poland and in Central and Eastern Europe. Previously he was a senior counselor and international advisory board member at APCO Worldwide, an innovation advisor to the World Bank, and member of the Presidential Forum on Public Debate. Housh is an active participant in the Three Seas Initiative, working with governments throughout Central Europe on development and prosperity issues. He is a frequent guest and commentator in Polish and European media as well as a speaker at events such as Davos, ImpactCEE, European Economic Forum, and ABLS Summits, among others.

Housh has managed congressional campaigns in the United States, worked in financial sector advisory in London, and delivered critical support as the country officer for Poland, Czechia, and Albania at the US Treasury Department’s Office of Technical Assistance during the early economic transformation of the region.

Housh is a graduate of the University of Kansas and took an exchange year at the Soviet Studies Center at the University of Essex. He received his master’s degree in European Integration cum laude from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium.

Housh is a co-founder of Corporate Aid for Ukraine, a directed fund under US tax law that delivers front line aid to people displaced by the war in Ukraine, through which he plays a role in the discussions on aid and post-war planning in Ukraine.

Housh was awarded the Medal of Honor (Knight’s Cross) by the president of Poland for services to the development of the country in 2014.