Simon Lunn

Simon Lunn was the Secretary General of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly from 1997 until 2007. This was preceded by 8 years as the NATO Deputy Secretary General where he initiated and directed the Assembly’s outreach program for the parliaments of Central and Eastern Europe. From 1983 to 1988 he was Head of the Plans and Policy Section on NATO’s International staff, involved in all aspects of defence planning and in the preparations for the CFE negotiations. From 1982-1983 he was as an advisor in the Cabinet of the President of the European Parliament; from 1981-82 a Research Fellow at the RIIA (Chatham House) and 1979-81 an analyst at the Congressional Research Service, the Library of Congress, Washington DC. Reports prepared for Congress included burden sharing in NATO and INF modernization and arms control. From 1973-1978 he was Director of the Military Committee of the North Atlantic Assembly.

Thomas Ian MacDonald (Tim) Waugh

Tim Waugh was a former senior official of the NATO Consultation, Command and Control Agency (NC3A) based in Brussels Belgium. His NATO responsibilities ranged from being Chief of Staff of the Agency to more recently taking on the role of the Project Director for the NATO Satellite programmes, and the NATO deployed Communication Projects, including the major projects for Afghanistan. Prior to his NATO career he served in the British Army for 30 years, his last appointments being Commander Communications and Signal Brigade Commander of 1(BRITISH) Corps in Germany from 1987 -1990 and then Director of the Staff at Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) from 1990- 1993.