Hannah E. Meyers manages investigative research projects and conducts, supervises, and consults on a variety of assignments including due diligence, litigation support, and investigations. She draws on years of conducting high-level research and investigations and providing assessments to guide decision-makers in law enforcement, intelligence, and government.
Prior to joining Guidepost Solutions, Ms. Meyers was a Senior Analyst and Team Leader with the Intelligence Bureau of the New York City Police Department (NYPD), where she specialized in matters involving the Middle East and North Africa. She worked with detectives, prosecutors, and federal agencies on terrorism and criminal investigations, and provided weekly Intelligence briefings to NYPD Bureau Chiefs. She also conducted cyber research and received frequent cyber training.
Ms. Meyers has extensive experience as a researcher. This includes working as an independent researcher with the Avon and Somerset Constabulary, a regional police force in England, where she led Yale-funded research into UK radicalization-prevention policies; conducted extensive interviews with members of law enforcement, the Home Office, Parliament, local agencies and experts, and numerous community members; and prepared a white paper assessing the efficacy of UK programs. She also worked as a researcher with the Hudson Institute, where she monitored and analyzed United Nations activities and documents to assess the equality of UN human rights treatment of various countries. During her tenure as an intern with the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs in Israel, Ms. Meyers researched and reported on terrorism and security issues primarily regarding Hezbollah, Iran, arms, and defense.
Ms. Meyers has presented on topics related to counterterrorism, homeland security and Northern border crime. Her published articles and papers have appeared in The Yale Journal for International Affairs, The Journal for Public & International Affairs, New Partisan, Jewish Ideas Daily, Middle East Quarterly, Jerusalem Post, New York Press, and Yale University Newsletter of the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies.