I am currently the Manager of Public Information for a national security think tank in Washington DC. I perform extensive research on various national security issues faces by America. My work focuses on, but is not limited to, writing policy briefs, white papers, and opinion editorials, on issues such as Iranian subversion of U.S. bank sanctions, the existential threat posed by Chinese ownership of U.S. debt, as well as the threat to the U.S. military readiness from Sequestration cuts. Previously, I worked as a member of staff for a U.S. Congress, serving on the House Budget Committee where I performed extensive research on various economic issues. Throughout that time I gained extensive knowledge and experience in performing research, tracking legislative proceedings, and relaying the congressman’s free market viewpoints to his constituents.