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Matthew Spivack
Matthew Spivack

Matthew Spivack is Frontier Strategy Group's head of research for the Middle East and North Africa. Prior to Frontier Strategy Group, Matthew worked for the National Democratic Institute on programs involving local government officials and journalists in Gulf Cooperation Council countries as well as anti-corruption initiatives, parliament, and political parties in Yemen. He also spent two years as a paralegal at the U.S. Department of Justice where he was the Victim Witness Coordinator for the Enron Task Force and worked on the largest FCPA case in U.S. history. Matthew has a master’s degree in Middle East Studies and Conflict and Conflict Resolution from George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs. Twitter: @IMaSpiv

 

COLUMNISTS
Matthew Spivack
Matthew Spivack

Matthew Spivack is Frontier Strategy Group's head of research for the Middle East and North Africa. Prior to Frontier Strategy Group, Matthew worked for the National Democratic Institute on programs involving local government officials and journalists in Gulf Cooperation Council countries as well as anti-corruption initiatives, parliament, and political parties in Yemen. He also spent two years as a paralegal at the U.S. Department of Justice where he was the Victim Witness Coordinator for the Enron Task Force and worked on the largest FCPA case in U.S. history. Matthew has a master’s degree in Middle East Studies and Conflict and Conflict Resolution from George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs. Twitter: @IMaSpiv

 

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