BA in Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University; MSc in Forced Migration, Oxford University; degree in Law, Yale Law School; DPhil in Politics, Oxford University. Cybersecurity strategist. Postdoctoral Fellowship, Stanford's Center for International Security and Cooperation; Yale Public Interest Fellowship. Formerly: worked for over a decade in homeland security consulting, managing projects for Atlantic Philanthropies (Dublin, Ireland), the Prime Minister's Strategy Unit in London, the World Bank, and a number of other think tanks; clerked for Berkeley Law professor and Judge William Fletcher on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals; Attorney Adviser to the Deputy General Counsel and Policy Counsellor, Office of Policy, Department of Homeland Security; Executive Director, Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity. Author of over 20 manuscripts and articles on US and European immigration and refugee policy; book Europe's Security Solution: Can Immigrant Integration Really Prevent Terrorism? (forthcoming).