Gabriel Scheinmann is the Executive Director of the Alexander Hamilton Society. He is also currently completing his Ph.D. at Georgetown University. Before joining AHS, he worked at the Center for Strategic and International Studies as a research analyst and then served as the policy director at the Jewish Policy Center where he co-edited a journal of international affairs. He is a widely published author on U.S. national security and foreign policy, including in the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and Foreign Affairs. He received an M.A. from Georgetown University and his B.A. from Harvard College.
Mrs. Cherise Britt is the Program Manager of the Alexander Hamilton Society. She graduated from George Mason University with a degree in Government and International Politics where she was treasurer and vice president of the AHS Chapter. Previously, she was an analyst at the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism where she worked on projects involving Boko Haram's activities in Cameroon, the Multinational Joint Task Force to fight transnational terrorism in West Africa and other projects tracking weapon exchanges in parts of South and East Asia. She was also a 2015 participant in the Hertog War Studies Program at the Institute for the Study of War and has also recently participated in Hertog Advanced Programs on Lessons from the Cold War and Civil-Military Relations. In her spare time, Cherise works on the memoirs of a WWII combat veteran.