Marc Grinberg is a Ph.D. candidate in Political Science at Stanford University, where his research focuses on international relations and analytic political philosophy.
Until August 2012, Marc served in the US government as director (acting), section chief and strategist in the Office of Strategy, Planning, Analysis and Risk at the Department of Homeland Security, and as special assistant to the Deputy Secretary of State Jacob J. Lew. Prior to joining the US government, he worked as an aide to the Hon. Richard Danzig on the 2008 Obama Campaign, as Program Director and Congressional Fellow at the Truman National Security Project, as a researcher at the institute for Defense Analyses and as Legislative Fellow for Congressman Steve Israel.
Marc earned an M.Phil in Politics at Oxford University in 2008 and an A.B. in Politics at Princeton University in 2005. He is a former Presidential Management Fellow and co-founder of The Public Philosopher, an ongoing project seeking to inject a philosophical perspective into public policy debate.