Joseph is a Policy Fellow at the Syrian Emergency Task Force, an organization focused on building a free and democratic Syria. He is a second year MA Middle East Studies candidate at George Washington University. Previously, he served in the Marine Corps Reserves for eight years and has lived in Egypt, Oman, South Africa, and Botswana. When he is not planning his next big adventure, he loves to mountain bike, backpack, and climb.
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