Professor Gerry Warburg

Professor of Public Policy, Assistant Dean for External Affairs


Warburg teaches courses at the Batten School on Congress, U.S. foreign policy and advocacy strategies.

His research interests include the study of best practices by non-governmental organizations and the evolution of U.S. nuclear non-proliferation policies. Warburg’s professional background encompasses a broad array of public service sectors. Previously, he served as Executive Vice President of Cassidy & Associates, a leading government relations firm. Prior to that position, he worked as a legislative assistant for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives under Senate Whip Alan Cranston and Representative Jonathan Bingham.

His stints teaching include Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service, the University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School for Communication, the Brookings Institution and his alma maters of Stanford University and Hampshire College.

He is the author of many works including Dispatches from the Eastern Front: A Political Education from the Nixon Years to the Age of Obama (Bancroft 2014) and Conflict and Consensus: The Struggle Between Congress and the President Over Foreign Policymaking (Harper, 1990).