When Nikki Haley announced her resignation as ambassador to the U.N., speculation over why she was leaving quickly turned to who would replace her. The favorite, named by Haley herself and with the support of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, was former deputy national security adviser Dina Powell. But Powell says she doesn’t want the job, and she is no longer under consideration for it.

President Trump could pick Kay Bailey Hutchison, the U.S. ambassador to NATO and a former U.S. senator from Texas. According to CNN, Nancy Brinker has also been approached by the White House.

Both women would be good for the job.

Hutchison has a lifetime of political service including at the state and federal level and, most recently, with NATO. That experience would serve her well at the U.N. As Trump has taken a hardline approach to the military alliance, the role of diplomats has often been to smooth over relationships and rebuild trust.

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Recently, however, Hutchison has been in the news for a stray remark about “taking out” Russian missiles which, although ambiguous, could have been interpreted as referring to a preemptive strike. The incident dissipated and doesn’t disqualify her by any means, but with heightened tensions between the U.S. and Russia, words matter.

Another choice for Trump would be Nancy Brinker. She’s the founder and current chair of global strategy of Susan G. Komen, a global nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting breast cancer. The firm is named after her sister, who died of cancer, and she is herself a survivor.

Brinker has also served as the U.S. Ambassador to Hungary and as the chief of protocol under George W. Bush's administration. For her work in the fight against breast cancer, she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Barack Obama and currently serves as the World Health Organization’s goodwill ambassador for cancer control. With broad experience in diplomatic procedure, building coalitions, and a reputation for concern about healthcare and well-being, she has much to offer on the world stage of the U.N.

Of course, some think that Trump might pick his daughter, Ivanka, to fill the role. Trump has denied that he would, citing likely criticism for nepotism. Ivanka herself has said that she will not be Haley’s replacement. The current U.S. ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell, is also likely on Trump’s short list.

Both Hutchison and Brinker would be great picks to represent the U.S. at the U.N. Each would bring experience and diplomacy to the position, while also being a solid voice for the United States.