Major Fellowship Activities: Feinberg wrote a monograph entitled “The Armed Forces in Georgia.” He also wrote several articles for CDI’s Weekly Defense Monitor, on Armenian Presidential Elections Herald Continued Tension between Armenia and Azerbaijan, The Russian Dilemma in the CIS, Turkmenistan President’s Visit Leaves Sour Taste, Security Hinders Cooperation in Central Asia: the Economic Cooperation Organization, GUAM’s Potential Outside of the CIS, Abkhazia: Where did all the Peacekeepers Go?, Caspian Oil: Great Riches or a Great Quagmire, The Georgian Military: Nowhere to Go but Up, and GUAM: Creating Perceptions in the Caucasus. He also had a letter to the editor published in the Washington Post, ‘Clay Pigeons,’ Sitting Ducks.
Current Activities: Feinberg is senior director of threat intelligence at Prevalent Inc. He combines his background in national security, cyber security and business to deliver an industry leading cyber security platform. He is a member of the advisory board of the Harold Rosenthal Fellowship, which provides summer employment opportunities for graduate students of international affairs to work in the legislative and executive branches of the U.S. Government with the Partnership for Public Service. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security at the George Washington University. Prior to his current job he was a Lead Associate with Booz Allen Hamilton’s Virginia office. He was previously involved with the Social Entrepreneur Assistance Program, a volunteer program for U.S.–based consultants to support social innovators in the Middle East with strategic planning, business planning, and communications services to support their ventures. He was a member of the Scoville Fellowship board of directors from 2001-2007 and was a Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.