Frances Townsend Profile
Frances Townsend was born in 1961 in Mineola, New York. She is a resilient American Lawyer who has spent the better part of her life maintaining the safety of the people of the United States. She has served diligently in a series of positions at the justice department.
President George. W Bush appointed her as his Assistant to the President of Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, where she conducted the first 9/11 review of the White House anti-terrorism Campaign.
After high school, Frances set on joining college even though her parents could not afford it. She worked hard to get herself through school.
In 1982, she became the first in her family to graduate from the American University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Psychology. She later joined the University Of San Diego School Of Law and attained her Juris Doctor Degree in 1984.
Townsend began her prosecutorial carrier in 1985 when she served as the Assistant District Attorney in Brooklyn, New York. She has worked for the United States government, operating in the intelligence department and managing matters relating to national security while offering legal advice and recommendations to the government.
In 2010, Townsend joined MacAndrews& Forbes, where she served as the vice-chairman and Chief Administrative officer until 2021, when she joined Activision Blizzard.
She is the Executive Vice President of the company’s corporate affairs, corporate secretary, and chief compliance officer. Thus, she is in charge of all its government affairs, public policy, and communications.
Francis Townsend also serves as a board of directors in several non-profit organizations, including the Atlantic Council. Her mission is to do well everywhere she goes.