Fred Radewagen is a Washington-based, Pacific intergovernmental and international affairs adviser and strategic planner who over the years has counseled or represented numerous Pacific Island governments and organizations including the governor of American Samoa, the prime minister of the Cook Islands, the president of Nauru, the government of Palau, the Governor of Guam on his Pacific Visibility Program, the CNMI Resident Representative to the U.S. and the Governor of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. He also has served as Washington advisor to the Speaker of the Guam Legislature, adviser to the Chairman of the Marshall Islands Nuclear Claims Tribunal and as executive director of The Micronesia Institute. Earlier, he was Washington liaison for the high commissioner of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. He is senior adviser for Pacific Missions for Flying Doctors of America and has participated in missions to Marshall Islands and Solomon Islands.
Mr. Radewagen received a bachelor of arts degree from Northwestern University with a concentration in diplomatic history and went on to earn a Master of Science in Foreign Service degree from Georgetown University with a concentration in international politics. He was awarded a certificate for participation in the Pacific Islands Area Seminar at the East-West Center in Honolulu, Hawaii.