Chloe Thompson and Brian J. Carpowich

Chloe Thompson is a Research Fellow and Program Officer at the American Foreign Policy Council. She serves as the Managing Editor of the World Almanac of Islamism. Her previous work with AFPC involved research on the military use and strategic implications of unmanned aerial vehicles, as well as militant groups in the Middle East and Latin America. Ms. Thompson joined AFPC in June 2016 after graduating with High Honors from Carnegie Mellon University. She majored in Global Studies and Hispanic Studies, is proficient in Spanish, and is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society. 

Brian J. Carpowich is a Research Intern at the American Foreign Policy Council who focuses on Radical Islamism, Terrorism and Middle Eastern security concerns.  He is also pursuing a Master of Arts in International Affairs at George Washington University, where he studies both International and Transnational Security issues. He graduated from Saint Vincent College in 2016 with a BA in Political Science and a minor in International Studies. Mr. Carpowich has also received a Certificate in Middle Eastern Studies from the American University in Dubai.