Mr. Brian Dodwell

Director, Combatting Terrorism Centre (CTC), U.S. Military Academy, West Point, United States

Brian Dodwell is the Director of the Combating Terrorism Center at

West Point and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Social

Sciences, U.S. Military Academy, West Point. He has served at

the CTC since 2010 and spent four years as the Deputy Director

prior to assuming his current position in 2018. Mr. Dodwell has

conducted research on various topics, to include Islamic State

affiliates, foreign fighters, jihadi terrorism in the United States,

and U.S. homeland security challenges. He works directly with

operational units on key issue areas. Mr. Dodwell teaches courses

on terrorism, counterterrorism, and homeland security, and

regularly lectures to intelligence and law enforcement community

audiences. Prior to joining the Combating Terrorism Center, Mr.

Dodwell was the Operations Branch Chief at the U.S. Department

of Homeland Security National Exercise Division, which assesses

interagency counterterrorism strategy and policy at senior levels

across the U.S. government. He previously served as a counter-proliferation analyst supporting the Defense Threat Reduction Agency. Mr. Dodwell holds a M.A. in Security Studies from the Georgetown University Security Studies Program and a B.A. in Political Science from Wake Forest University

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