A New Way to See GMF

September 07, 2021

Dear friend,

If you have visited GMF’s website in the last week, you will have found it looks different. We are proud to unveil a major overhaul of

With input from the broader GMF community, we set out to create a site that would offer you an effective window into world affairs from a transatlantic perspective. We have updated the site’s functions and features to prioritize accessibility and ease of use. The aesthetics of the new site are inspired by the spirit of the Marshall Plan, balancing GMF’s heritage with our forward-looking mission. 

As you explore the site, you will find everything from our current priorities to policy insights, from upcoming events to stories of impact in leadership and civil society, all laid out with new clarity and ease of navigation. Whether you turn to GMF for expert insights, for leadership and grant opportunities, or for opportunities to engage with the transatlantic community and to directly support our mission, our new site is built to better serve your needs. As GMF approaches its 50th anniversary next year, we want our digital channels to serve as a beacon for everyone who believes in the importance of the transatlantic relationship in a global setting. 

This new expression of GMF’s work and mission is a major milestone in our digital evolution. But it is not the conclusion. We will continue to evolve and adapt. We hope you will agree that the new design presents GMF and its work in an attractive and engaging way. Please let us know what you think!


All the best, 

Dr. Ian O. Lesser
Acting President
The German Marshall Fund of the United States