Adam Ramos is a Program Mission Manager in the Directorate of Global Partnerships at the National Counterterrorism Center and the Center’s former Regional Representative for New England. During his tenure at NCTC, Adam has served as a subject matter expert focusing primarily on terrorist groups in Europe and terrorist threats emanating from Iraq and Syria, which included a tour in Iraq. Adam has also served on rotation as a PDB briefer to cabinet-level and other senior White House and National Security Council customers. Prior to joining NCTC, Adam worked within the Counterterrorism Division and Directorate of Intelligence at the FBI focusing on terrorism issues in the Homeland and the Middle East. Before moving to Washington, DC, Adam worked for a US contractor in Massachusetts, analyzing open-source intelligence for DHS, DOD, and other USG clients.
Adam is a Massachusetts native and received a Masters of Arts degree in International Affairs and World Politics from The Catholic University of America, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Saint Anselm College in NH.