Jeremy Ben-Ami is the President of J Street, where he has been at the center of the evolving debate around Israel and foreign policy in Washington D.C. and within the American Jewish community. He consults regularly with leading policymakers, officials, and experts on foreign policy, national security, and the US-Israel relationship. As a national commentator on foreign policy and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Ben-Ami has been profiled in The New York Times, Washington Post, and CQ Weekly and has headlined lectures, debates, and public discussions in communities across the United States. Ben-Ami was one of the leading advocates in the successful campaign to secure congressional approval for the Iran nuclear agreement. A veteran political staffer, he has worked on numerous campaigns and previously served in the White House as a deputy domestic policy adviser to President Bill Clinton.