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Omer Carmi


Omer Carmi was a 2017 military fellow at The Washington Institute as a major in the Israel Defense Forces, from which he has since retired. Currently based in Israel, he has previously led analytical and research efforts in the Israel Defense Forces pertaining to developments in the Middle East and national security arenas. Carmi is currently the Director for Intelligence at Sixgill, an Israeli Cyber-Security company.

He holds a MBA from Tel Aviv University and a BS in Middle East studies and computer science from Haifa University.

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MBA, Tel Aviv University; BS, Haifa University

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