He has led and executed projects for U.S. Special Operations Command, U.S. Central Command, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, U.S. Peace Corps, as well as various non-governmental organizations and private companies.
As a foreign correspondent, his research and analysis has been published in the New York Times, Washington Post, Associated Press, and many other publications.
Zack has received multiple awards for his strategic initiatives, creative problem solving, and ability to manage crises.
As an undergraduate, Amanda studied international relations and economics through a joint degree program between the College of William & Mary and the University of St Andrews. Her work as a research fellow at the Project on International Peace & Security, an undergraduate think-tank, was recognized by faculty at William & Mary to receive the International Relations Award for Excellence in 2016.
As an undergraduate, Liam studied at the University of Denver majoring in psychology, and minoring in criminology and international studies. Liam has also held internships with the Colorado Governor's Office, the 17th Judicial District Attorney's Office of Colorado, and the Psychology Lab at the University of Denver.
In the summer of 2019, she worked at the U.S. Embassy in Zimbabwe where she organized an internationally-televised conference on fiscal transparency, composed sections of the annual human rights report for Congress, and drafted speeches for the ambassador.
Olivia has also served as a student editor at the Yale Law Journal, Africa research assistant at the Yale Political Violence FieldLab, and intern at MicroGrants in Minneapolis. When not working or studying, she enjoys leading a middle-school youth group, hiking with friends, and racing with the Yale Cycling Team.
Prior to that, he attended the University of California, Los Angeles and completed his undergraduate degree in Political Science and International Relations. Throughout his time at UCLA, Alan held various internships including with a member of the House of Representatives in Los Angeles, a California State Senate official, and an international trade internship at the Trade Commission of Peru. In 2018, he was also accepted into the highly competitive UCLA Center for American Politics and Public Policy program, where he lived in Washington, D.C. and interned on Capitol Hill for another member of the House of Representatives. In 2016, he received a counter-terrorism certificate from IDC Herziliya in Israel where he met high-level military officials and counter-terrorism experts.