Ruwan Rujouleh, who holds a master's degree in global development and peace from the University of Bridgeport, has authored more than twenty-five reports on violent extremist groups, with an emphasis on her native Syria.
Bilal Wahab is the Nathan and Esther K. Wagner fellow at The Washington Institute.
Hanin Ghaddar is the inaugural Friedmann Visiting Fellow at The Washington Institute, , where she focuses on Shia politics throughout the Levant.
Aaron Y. Zelin is the Richard Borow Fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy where his research focuses on Sunni Arab jihadi groups in North Africa and Syria as well as the trend of foreign fighting and online jihadism.
Ghaith al-Omari, a senior fellow at The Washington Institute, is the former executive director of the American Task Force on Palestine. Previously, he served in various positions within the Palestinian Authority, including advisor to the negotiating team during the 1999-2001 permanent-status talks.
Mohammed S. Dajani, the Weston Fellow at The Washington Institute, founded the Wasatia movement of moderate Islam and previously worked as a professor of political science at al-Quds University in Jerusalem.
Barak Barfi is a research fellow at the New America Foundation, where he specializes in Arab and Islamic Affairs.
Ben Fishman is an associate fellow at The Washington Institute.
Mehdi Khalaji, a Qom-trained Shiite theologian, is the Libitzky Family Fellow at The Washington Institute.
David Schenker is the Aufzien fellow and director of the Program on Arab Politics at The Washington Institute.
Andrew J. Tabler is the Martin J. Gross fellow in the Program on Arab Politics at The Washington Institute, where he focuses on Syria and U.S. policy in the Levant.
Ehud Yaari is a Lafer International Fellow at The Washington Institute.
David Pollock is the Kaufman Fellow at The Washington Institute, focusing on regional political dynamics and related issues.
Robert Satloff is executive director of The Washington Institute, a post he assumed in January 1993.