Intern, Development Team
Collier Huntley is the Joseph S. Nye, Jr. Intern for the Development Team at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS).
Prior to joining CNAS, Collier immersed himself in the world of political organizing as an Organizing Fellow with Hillary for America and as an Intern with Princeton Strategies in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Collier most previously worked as an Analyst at Third Bridge Group in New York City on the Global Equities team, where he supported some of the world’s leading hedge funds in the investment research process.
Collier graduated from Villanova University in 2017 with a B.A. in Political Science and History, and minors in French and Francophone Studies and Arab and Islamic Studies. As a student, Collier was an active member of the Blue Key Society, the History Society, the Association for Change and Transformation, the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society, and the Pi Delta Phi French Honor Society. During this time, Collier researched the methods and processes of political violence, which culminated into his Senior Capstone Project on the origins of sectarian violence in Lebanon.
Collier is currently pursuing an M.A. degree in Political Science with Certificates of Graduate Study in Non-Profit Management and International Relations at Villanova University, where he was awarded a fellowship grant. His primary area of research is on the socioeconomic variables contributing to armed conflict onset in the developing world.