Winfield Myers, Director, Campus Watch (Project of the Middle East Forum)
Winfield Myers is director of the Middle East Forum’s Campus Watch, which reviews and critiques Middle East studies in North American universities. He has taught world history and other topics at the University of Michigan, the University of Georgia, Tulane, and Xavier University of Louisiana. He was previously managing editor of the American Enterprise magazine and CEO of Democracy Project, Inc., which he co-founded. Mr. Myers has served as senior editor and communications director at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute and is principal author and editor of a college guide, Choosing the Right College (1998, 2001).
Twitter: @CampusWatchMEF (twitter.com/CampusWatchMEF)
EJ Kimball, Director, Israel Victory Project (Project of the Middle East Forum)
EJ Kimball is a foreign policy and national security consultant with over 10 years’ experience working in Washington, D.C. He most recently served as executive director of the Israel Allies Foundation. He previously served as foreign policy counsel to Rep. Sue Myrick (NC), staff director of the Congressional Anti-Terrorism Caucus, and director of government relations for Jorge Scientific Corporation. Kimball graduated from Boston University, earned his Juris Doctor from Western New England College, and received a Master’s degree from the American University School of International Service. He currently serves as Director of Middle East Forum project, the Israel Victory Project.
Twitter: @IsraelVictory17 (twitter.com/IsraelVictory17)
Sam Westrop, Middle East Forum’s Islamist Watch Director
Sam Westrop has headed Islamist Watch since March 2017, when MEF absorbed the counter-extremism unit of Americans for Peace and Tolerance (APT). Prior to this he was research director at APT, where he excelled at tracking Islamist activity across New England, and ran Stand for Peace, a London-based counter-extremism organization monitoring Islamists throughout the UK. Mr. Westrop is a senior fellow at the Gatestone Institute. His writings have appeared at such publications as National Review, National Post, and The Hill, and he has appeared on dozens of television and radio stations, including BBC, Al Jazeera, and Newsmax.