Ambassador Robert Frowick "is an Executive Director on The Steele Foundation's Advisory Board. As an Executive Director, Ambassador Frowick provides strategic advice on Corporate initiatives and The Steele Foundation's development globally. He is a career diplomat who has been appointed to numerous Ambassadorships under four different U.S. Presidents.
"Ambassador Frowick served as Deputy Special Adviser to the President and Secretary of State for implementation of the Dayton Peace Accords, and has had numerous State Department assignments in Eastern Europe.
"Ambassador Frowick became a diplomat after serving as an Air Force pilot in his youth. Intrigued by the emerging United Nations, he chartered a course for himself in the United States Foreign Service, where he steadily advanced and developed a prosperous, prestigious career.
"He retired from the diplomatic service in 1989, but was asked to return to duty with the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) as head of the mission in Skopje, Macedonia, where he and others made history following CSCE's first ever decision to engage directly in conflict prevention and peacekeeping.
"Far from retired, he went on to become head of the OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina from late 1995 through 1997.
"In 2001, Ambassador Frowick was called upon by the international community to act as a conciliator in the conflict in Macedonia. Drawing from his experience in international conflict resolution, he served as Special Envoy for the OSCE Chairmanship, facilitating talks between Macedonia, Albanian politicians and rebel leaders.
"He has often been a visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution, a Stanford University public policy research center devoted to the advanced study of politics, economics, political economy and international affairs."