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Mr. Stevie Weinberg

Stevie Weinberg is the Chief of Staff of the President of Reichman University, an Adjunct Lecturer at the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy & Strategy and the Secretary of the Board of Directors of the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT) at Reichman University.

Until 2023, Weinberg served as the Deputy Executive Director of ICT and the Founder & Former Editor-in-Chief of the International Counter-Terrorism Review (ICTR), a leading publication that serves as a platform for exchanging research and policy recommendations addressing international issues pertaining to terrorism and counter-terrorism. Weinberg also served as the Founder and President of the Youth Atlantic Treaty Association (YATA)’s Israel Chapter, which aims to empower the next generation of security leaders and foster the values embedded in the North Atlantic Treaty.
At the ICT, Weinberg led various large-scale projects for private and public customers and managed the daily operations of the ICT team for over a decade. Weinberg was also the Director of the ICT’s Annual Summit on Counter-Terrorism, the world’s leading international conference in the field of terrorism and counter-terrorism. He was a researcher on several projects funded by Horizon2020 grants, the largest and most competitive research and innovation programme established by the European Union, the Global Internet Forum to Counter-Terrorism (GIFCT), a consortium dedicated to prevent terrorists and violent extremists from exploiting digital platforms, Facebook, the Israeli Ministries of Public Security, Foreign Affairs, the IDF and others
Weinberg serves as an Adjunct Lecturer at  Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy & Strategy where he received the Dean’s Special Award for Excellence in Teaching. As part of his other activities at the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy & Strategy, Weinberg also co-founded and served as the first Director of the Shadow Government, a program that parallels the actual government and monitors its activities, with students acting as ministers and providing policy recommendations.
Weinberg is the co-author of “A Business Model for Counterterrorism Innovation: Shaping Innovation Strategies in Defense Systems and Diagnosing Innovation Strategies in Terror Actors”, published in Studies in Conflict & Terrorism as well as pieces in CTC Sentinel and RUSI. He has been quoted in USA Today, Forbes, the Jerusalem Post, Il Tempo and Globes. He graduated Valedictorian (Magna Cum Laude) from the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy’s Master of Arts in Government with a Specialization in Counter-Terrorism & Homeland Security.