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Daniil Davydoff, Associate Director, Intelligence

Daniil Davydoff is Associate Director of Intelligence for AT-RISK International. In this role, he directs delivery of all intelligence-related analysis and consulting for the company’s service lines and oversees a team of analysts and independent contractors. He is also in charge of developing the strategy and client base for the department, as well as the conception of new products.

Prior to joining AT-RISK, Mr. Davydoff was a consultant at Eurasia Group, where he helped clients incorporate political risk into strategic planning processes, as well as global expansion, risk management, and government relations strategies. Earlier in his career at the company, he served as a project manager and as an intelligence analyst on government contracts.

Before Eurasia Group, Mr. Davydoff conducted research at ASTM International, the Cascade Policy Institute, and the European Studies department at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). Additionally, he taught economics at Boise State University.

Mr. Davydoff has been published by ASIS International, Security Magazine, Risk Management magazine, The National Interest, Foreign Policy, The Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, and RealClearWorld, among other outlets. His work has also been cited by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, the Tehran Times, the Center for Security Policy, Florida Times-Union, and KBNP Radio in Oregon.

Mr. Davydoff holds a Master of Arts in International Relations and International Economics from SAIS. He also has Bachelor of Arts degrees in International Political Economy and Music from the University of Puget Sound. Mr. Davydoff is a Pacific Delegate and Carnegie New Leader at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs and is also Director of Social Media for the World Affairs Council of Palm Beach. He is a member of the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP), the International Association of Crime Analysts (IACA), the U.S. Department of State – Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC), and the Southeast Analysts’ Roundtable (SEAR).