Dr. Haroro J. Ingram is a senior research fellow with the Program on Extremism at George Washington University and a member of the Resolve Network’s Research Advisory Council. His research primarily focuses on the role of propaganda and charismatic leadership in the evolution and appeal of violent non-state political movements; the role of strategic communications in national security operations, strategy and policy; and designing C/PVE strategies for civil society in conflict/post-conflict areas.
Ingram’s work draws heavily on primary source materials, most of which is collected during field research in countries across the Middle East, South and Southeast Asia. He currently leads a C/PVE capacity building program that operates across Southeast Asia in locations where violent extremist recruitment has been most active, such as Mindanao in the Philippines. A former national security practitioner, Ingram has been a visiting fellow at institutions such as the Naval Postgraduate School (California) and he is currently an associate fellow with the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism in the Hague.