Grady Jacobsen is a temporary program assistant at Carnegie Council, taking time off from his graduate studies at the Fletcher School of Law.

At Fletcher, Jacobsen studies international security and contributes to the Fletcher Security Review, the school's student-run foreign affairs summer journal. His research and coursework are focused on counterterrorism in the Middle East and Central Asia, and on larger strategic issues related to great power competition.

Jacobsen's professional background includes state-level legislative affairs, government communications and political campaigning. He was also a 2020 summer intern at Carnegie Council.

Last Updated: September 11, 2020