Dan Granot is the director of government relations, antisemitism, and international affairs for the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), where he leads federal advocacy on efforts to combat antisemitism and advance ADL’s international priorities. He previously worked as an assistant director in AIPAC’s Policy and  Government Affairs department, where he focused on progressive engagement, social movements, and economic issues, and as a research associate for a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at The Brookings  Institution, where he focused on trilateral relations between Turkey, Israel, and the United States. Prior to that,  he was a graduate fellow at the Israel Council on Foreign Relations in Jerusalem, and a program manager at the Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy, where he focused on water dialogue in Iraq and Syria. Dan has also worked on development projects in India, Thailand, and Fiji. He earned his Master’s degree in foreign service at Georgetown University and holds Bachelor’s degrees in global development and government & politics, specializing in international development and conflict management, from the University of Maryland.