- Soref Fellow
Emily Hunt is a Soref fellow at The Washington Institute, where she analyzes evolving terrorist tactics.
Ms. Hunt studied international relations with a focus on terrorism and political violence as an undergraduate at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland before earning a master's degree in war studies at King's College, London. Her master's thesis examined emerging maritime terrorist tactics.
In London, Ms. Hunt worked as a terrorism analyst for the security firm Aegis Defence Services. Before joining the Institute, she served as a legislative assistant to Congressman Charles H. Taylor of North Carolina, Chairman of the Interior Appropriations Subcommittee.
Expertise: Terrorism, political violence, maritime terrorist tactics