Douglas Jay Band (born 28 October 1972) is an American businessman and lawyer. He is a founding partner and president of Teneo, a multinational C-suite advisory firm and investment bank. Previously he was Deputy Assistant to President Bill Clinton in the White House and later counselor to President Bill Clinton. Band was the "key architect" of the Clinton post-presidency and he created the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI). Band later worked for the William J. Clinton Foundation, and Band also traveled to North Korea to orchestrate the release of two Americans and to Cuba to help secure the release of American Alan Gross. Additionally, he served as a member of Coca-Cola's International Advisory Committee and since 2010, has served as an associate adjunct professor at New York University, teaching a class on public service.