U.S. President Joe Biden wasted little time filling his cabinet and staffing key teams to tackle the administration's most urgent priorities. Following his 100th day in office, the teams are articulating and implementing his agenda.

To help you keep track of the who’s who of the current administration and how they are driving foreign policy across key agenda items, FP Analytics - the research division of Foreign Policy - has created the Biden Power Map, a resource to identify key players and map the new spheres of influence driving U.S. foreign policy.

Join FP for a live discussion on May 7th as we explore the Biden administration and take stock of how this new team has been managing key foreign policy issues in the first 100 days.

In addition to the Biden Power Map, now available to all FP Insiders, FP has a number of resources for readers to dig into the promises and actions of President Biden and his team. Visit ForeignPolicy.com for more.

This call will be moderated by FP's Executive Editor Amelia Lester, and will feature comments on Biden's first 100 days from Elizabeth Economy, Mina Al-Oraibi, Laurie Garrett, and Julian Brave Noisecat.

Allison Carlson
Managing Director, FP Analytics

Allison oversees all global research and analysis. She counsels clients on current and prospective market, policy, and security developments with a focus on emerging trends, scenario planning, strategic foresight. Prior to this role, Carlson led FP Analytics’ energy and technology team for over a decade. Prior to FP Analytics (formerly Garten Rothkopf), Carlson led the Latin America program for an international consulting firm assisting European companies investing in emerging markets’ energy and financial sectors. She received her master’s degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in international relations and international economics.

Helen You
Policy Analyst, FP Analytics 

Gahyun Helen You is a Policy Fellow at FP Analytics. Before joining Foreign Policy, she worked at UN Women specializing on women's empowerment and private sector engagement, and was the director and now policy advisor to the NYU Cybersecurity Awareness Worldwide (CSAW) Policy Competition. Her research focuses on international security, specifically cybersecurity and international cyber governance, as well as gender issues. She's a graduate of New York University where she studied international relations.

Christian Perez
Policy Analyst, FP Analytics

Christian Perez is a Policy Analyst with FP Analytics. Prior to joining FP, he worked in global strategy and corporate governance at Cartica Management. His focus areas of research include trade and investment, emerging technologies, sustainability, and policy impact analysis.