Stephanie Foggett is Strategic Partnerships and Engagement at The Soufan Center. She has worked extensively on international security issues, in particular international terrorism and emergent security challenges. At The Soufan Center, she supports program work, research, and strategic communications.

Before joining The Soufan Center, Ms. Foggett worked at an international strategic consultancy specializing in public affairs, public diplomacy, and communications for a range of government and non-profit clients. From 2012 to 2015, she worked in the Emerging Security Challenges Division at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. Her work focused on multi-lateral security cooperation on emergent threats and challenges.

She has additional experience in academic research, political risk consultancy, and domestic politics. Ms. Foggett also has experience working in support of the United Nations Women, Peace & Security agenda. She worked as a Senior Researcher on a NATO-supported project on gender integration in armed forces and has worked on other areas of gender and conflict.

Ms. Foggett has a Master of Arts (Honours) in International Relations from the University of St Andrews in the United Kingdom. During her undergraduate studies at St Andrews, she also served as a researcher with the Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence (CSTPV). Ms. Foggett was awarded a Master of Arts in Intelligence & International Security from the Department of War Studies at King’s College London (KCL).