DONALD G. GROSS

DONALD G. GROSS



Donald G. Gross serves as Counselor of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (ACDA). He currently advises the Director of ACDA on a broad range of arms control and nonproliferation matters, including negotiations to conclude a Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, arms control with Russia and regional arms control initiatives. Mr. Gross develops and implements diplomatic strategy for ACDA and coordinates the agency's China Task Force. He serves as a principal representative of the Director to the National Security Council and other national security agencies in the formulation and execution of arms control policy. Mr. Gross was a member of the U.S. Delegation to the 1995 Nonproliferation Treaty Review Conference which successfully achieved indefinite extension of the NPT.

Prior to joining ACDA, Mr. Gross was Director of Legislative Affairs at the National Security Council, where he coordinated the legislative activities of the State Department, Defense Department, White House and CIA on key foreign and defense policy issues. Mr. Gross graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University and holds a law degree from the University of Chicago.