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GUILLERMO SANTIAGO CHRISTENSEN

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

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Council on Foreign Relations

New York, NY

Intelligence Fellow

2001-2002

• Created and organized the Conflict Assessment Forum, a roundtable dedicated to analyzing geopolitical "Hot Spots", using risk analysis models to quantify political risk factors.

• Provided insight on role of intelligence in counterterrorism policy for post-9/11 Terrorism Task Force.

• Observer and commentator for the "Balkans 2010" Task Force Report.

• Contributed to publications including "Red Teaming the Data Gap," identifying deficiencies in U.S. government IT resources for counterterrorism efforts, and proposing innovative solutions.

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U.S. Department of State

 

Washington, DC

Action Officer,

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for Military Stabilization

1996

• Analyzed needs of Bosnian Federation for "Train-and-Equip" program, implemented program as part of the U.S. government commitment under the Dayton Peace Process.

• Managed information flows and all-source analysis to monitor regional developments.

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U.S. Consulate General, Cape Town

South Africa

Department of State, Graduate intern Program

1939

• Implemented project to contact and assist peaceful opposition and protest groups in Cape Province.

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GUILLERMO SANTIAGO CHRISTENSEN

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GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY LAW CENTER

Washington, DC

JD Program (Evening)

Expected 2006

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL OF FOREIGN SERVICE

Washington. DC

Masters of Science in Foreign

Service (MSFS)

1988-1990

THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL FOR INTERNATIONAL SERVICE

Washington, DC

Bachelor of Arts, International Service

1984-1988

Minor in European Integration Studies.

 

Semester of studies at American University Center at the University of Vienna, Austria.

 

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Fluent Spanish, proficient German, basic French. Elementary and high school education in South Africa and Argentina. Extensive business-related travel throughout Europe, including the Balkans.

Extensive computer background: Knowledge

in software and hardware, incl. computer security,

networking, communications. Experienced in application of IT systems to analytical needs.

Awarded State Department's Meritorious Honor Award in 1999 for unique contribution to Balkan peace negotiations.

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