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Remaya Campbell

United States

Based in Washington, D.C., Remaya Campbell is an intelligence professional working at the intersection of extremism, information disorder, and emerging technologies. She began her career serving her country in the CIA Counterterrorism Mission Center, then continued her education with a Master's in Peace & Conflict Studies from the University of Otago, New Zealand. There, she shifted her focus from international terrorism to domestic extremism and political violence following the Christchurch mosque attacks of 2019. Remaya worked as the Senior Program Manager for the ADL Center on Extremism, Campbell overseeing a dedicated team of six intelligence analysts and managing partnered intelligence portfolios on violent misogyny, extremist financing, antisemitism, anti-LGBTQ+ hate, and anti-AAPI extremism. She currently holds a mayoral appointment as Commissioner and Acting Chair of the District of Columbia Homeland Security Commission. This chartered advisory body makes recommendations for improvements in homeland security and emergency preparedness within the District of Columbia. Specifically, the Commission evaluates the status of homeland security in the District, measuring progress, identifying gaps in preparedness, and recommending security improvement priorities to the Mayor and Council in consultation with major public and private entities. Prior to her roles at the ADL Center on Extremism and the DC Homeland Security Commission, Campbell worked as a Senior Intelligence Analyst with two AI-powered threat intelligence companies. She serves as a Research Advisor to the USC Ahmanson Lab Collaboratory on AI & Elections, and has written about relational AI and national security for Scientific American.