Anne Louise Antonoff, Ph.D
Director of Research & Academic Consortium Coordinator
Dr. Antonoff serves as IASC's Director of Research, and also manages IASC's multiyear multi-disciplinary "net assessment' project on Homeland Security centered on forecasting the alternate future world environments and their implications for critical infrastructure c. 2030 and beyond. The project involves academic experts from the U.S. and abroad, current and former senior policy officials, and private sector experts. Products include workshops, policy maker briefings, seminars and topic papers on a wide range of topics, from space weather to cyber threats, resource wars, rare earth elements, global economic shocks, and counterintelligence. She also supports IASC's focus on identifying, mentoring and placing students in national security-related internships and careers.
Dr. Antonoff received her PhD. in Global History from Yale University, as well as her MA and MPhil. Her AB is in Diplomatic History from Princeton University, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. She was awarded the Fox Fellowship at Freie Universität Berlin; and, is a Visiting Scholar in at the University of Pennsylvania, where she has been teaching history and international relations. She also manages the Seminar Series in Strategic Studies, co-sponsored by IASC. She has corporate experience as a manager in strategic planning in for BellAtlantic, and began her career at the Program on Information Resources Policy (PIRP) at Harvard University, after an internship at the Central Intelligence Agency's Office of Global Issues. Dr. Antonoff has held research grant awards from the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and the Smith Richardson Foundation, among other awards and honors.