Eric Workman is the newest member of the Capstone, Keystone, Pinnacle Program staff. Prior to joining the NDU Team, Eric worked at the Department of the Treasury.
Eric graduated from the University of Pittsburgh where he received a Bachelor of Science in Economics, a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, a Certificate in Russian, Eurasian, and Eastern European Studies, a Minor in Turkish, and a Minor in Linguistics. While at Pitt, Eric received several national scholarships including the Department of State’s Critical Language Scholarship, the Department of Defense’s Boren Scholarship, and the Department of Education’s Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship. For his work on Russian influence operations, Eric was awarded the Brackenridge Research Fellowship by the University of Pittsburgh’s Honors College. Eric has presented his research at conferences and universities throughout the country including at Yale University, Columbia University, and at the annual meeting of the Middle East Studies Association.
Eric grew up in a military family and moved over 15 times, but is proud to now call Washington, D.C. home. He loves traveling, trying new foods, and sports–especially running and baseball.