Omar Hossino comes to the APAICS Fellowship with extensive experience in policy research and advocacy in Washington. He has worked as a foreign policy researcher in think tanks such as the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace as well as at the Congressional Budget Office. His research has been published in a number of outlets including Foreign Policy, the Atlantic Council, Carnegie, and the Henry Jackson Society. He has also worked as an advocacy professional for a number of different advocacy organizations working on foreign policy issues.
Omar has also volunteered on a number of political campaigns on the federal level including most recently helping with fundraising and canvassing efforts for the Jeb Bush presidential campaign and the John McCain senate campaign in 2016.
Omar has a Master’s Degree in International Affairs: U.S. Foreign Policy from American University, and a law degree from the Catholic University of America.