Stanley Colvin

U.S. Department of State Senior Advisor

About Stanley Colvin

For more than three decades, Stanley Colvin has served as an advisor, manager, and legal counsel for local, state, and federal government organizations, including the U.S. Department of State, the United States Information Agency, and the Kentucky Department of Education. His career has dealt extensively with regulatory oversight and administrative law, and during his time at the State Department he has broadened his range of expertise to include strategic security and counterterrorism. Stanley Colvin’s extensive education credentials include a master's degree in public administration from Harvard and law degree from the University of Louisville, and he has stayed current with foreign policy and national security trends, earning a second master's degree in strategic security studies from the National Defense University and diploma in combatting terrorism from the National War College.

Stanley Colvin has brought his experience and leadership skills to several organizations as both a professional member and a member of advisory boards. He formerly served on the organizing board of the National LGBT Museum and currently serves on the advisory board of Nyubiani, an AIDS orphanage in Kenya.