Jeremy Flattau, President and CEO
Jeremy Flattau is President and CEO of Flattau Associates, LLC. Jeremy has a number of years of nonprofit management experience, highlighted by his creation and direction of The Cipher, an on-line magazine designed to increase the political awareness and civic engagement of underprivileged youth in Providence, Rhode Island. Jeremy has served as a research consultant with a number of organizations, including Africa Grantmakers’ Affinity Group and Altarum Health Systems Research Institute. He has contributed to several publications, including an Asia Foundation report titled "Democracy in Afghanistan 2004: A Survey of the Afghanistan Electorate", a Council on Foreign Relations Special Report titled "A New Beginning: Strategies for a More Fruitful Dialogue with the Muslim World", a four-year study of United States Foundation funding in the Republic of South Africa, and Foreign Policy. Most recently, Jeremy participated as a panelist on, “The Use and Purpose of American Power in the 21st Century: A National Dialogue on US Leadership in the World," at the invitation of The Fund for Peace, and served as a Mirzayan Science and Technology Policy Fellow in the Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education at the National Academy of Sciences. Jeremy received his undergraduate training in political science from Brown University (B.A. Hons.) and an M.A. in International Affairs from the New School in New York City.
Jack Santucci, Statistician
Jack Santucci advises Flattau Associates on statistical aspects of the Democratic Leadership Assessment (DLA). In the past, Jack has worked for U.S. and international good governance organizations including FairVote, the International Foundation for Electoral Systems, Democracy International, the Campaign Finance Institute, and Georgetown's Center for Democracy and Civil Society. Jack holds a B.A. in Political Science from McGill University (2005), a M.A. in Democracy and Governance Studies from Georgetown (2009), and is in the process of completing his Ph.D. in Comparative and American Politics at Georgetown University.
Zachary Adams, Africa Governance Analyst
Zachary Adams is an Africa Governance Analyst at Flattau Associates. In the past, Zachary has worked with the United States Institute of Peace and Search for Common Ground. He received a B.A. from Macalester College with a double-major in International Studies and Political Science and an M.A. from American University in International Peace and Conflict Resolution. His areas of focus include human rights, sustainable development, atrocity prevention, and environmental conflict management and prevention in the developing world.