Frank J. Cilluffo has served as Director of the Homeland Security Policy Institute since joining The George Washington University in April 2003. He is also an Associate Vice President and leads GW's homeland security efforts on policy, research, education, and training. The Institute’s recent policy and research agenda covers a wide range of national and homeland security matters, including counterterrorism, counter-radicalization & counter-narrative efforts, cyber threats & deterrence, transportation security, CBRN terrorism, intelligence, national resilience, emergency management, and the nexus of crime and terrorism.. Prior to joining HSPI, Frank served as Special Assistant to the President for Homeland Security at the White House
Clinton Watts is a Senior Fellow with the HSPI. He is the Principal Consultant of PA Consulting Group, a Former Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and a Former Executive Officer of the Combatting Terrorism Center at West Point. His ares of interest include Counterterrorism and Intelligence-led Policing.