Mr. Cooper serves as an advisor on corporate and executive strategy, addressing and proactively managing reputation, issues and trends.
As a long-time advisor to President Bill Clinton, Justin brings a unique background and a wealth of experience to advising clients on the inner workings of business, government, public policy and philanthropy. He has provided strategic counsel to some of the world’s most notable individuals and organizations from the White House to former and current heads of state, to Fortune 50 corporations.
Cooper has traveled the globe and managed business engagements, negotiations and the development of some of the most recognized global philanthropic programs. His experiences include, the mission to North Korea to secure the release of two detained journalists; disaster-relief following the SE Asian tsunami, Gulf Coast hurricanes and Haiti earthquake; and his work on the best selling presidential memoir My Life, the philanthropic book Giving, and best seller Back to Work.
Cooper served in the White House as Staff Assistant in the Oval Office. He earned a J.D. from Fordham Law, and a B.A. cum laude from American University in Washington, D.C. He serves on multiple boards including the American University in Dubai, American University’s School of International Service Dean’s Council and the Advisory Board of Decision Sciences.