Adam Stern is a researcher working on the Global Terrorism Database (GTD). Mr. Stern is currently a full-time student at New York University pursuing his M.A. in Politics with an emphasis on International Relations. He boasts experience from the D.C.-based Hudson Institute where he helped craft national security strategy for senior fellows. He has also worked extensively in the non-profit sector, researching grant opportunities at the American Humane Association and working in advocacy with the American Cancer Society.
Mr. Stern received his B.A. from the University of Colorado-Boulder in Political Science. He has also attended classes at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.
His research focus has centered on applications of Foreign Policy with regional emphasis on South Asia, primarily in Bangladesh and Pakistan. In addition to his current work with CETIS he is also active with the student-run Roosevelt Institute as well as Habitat for Humanity. Mr. Stern aspires to future service with the State Department as a Foreign Service Officer.