Erielle Davidson (Writer) Bio, Age, Husband, Salary, Net Worth

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Erielle Davidson Bio – Wiki

This is what you need to know about Erielle Davidson, the American researcher, and writer, who has an immense interest in culture, politics, and religion. She is known for her work having extensively researched and written about the geopolitical implications of the conditions in Putin’s Russia.

Erielle Davidson Age

Davidson has managed to keep her personal details for herself therefore it’s not known when she was born or her age. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Erielle Davidson Husband

Davidson has not shared any information bout his love life. Therefore it’s not known whether she is married, engaged or dating. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Erielle Davidson Salary

Davidson receives an approximated salary of between $24,292 and $72,507.

Erielle Davidson Net worth

Davidson’s salary is still under review. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Erielle Davidson Education

Davidson graduated with a B.A. in Russian at Middlebury College in 2015, with a specific focus on Eastern European politics. Davidson wrote her thesis on the rise of fundamentalist Islam in the North Caucasus region. She is currently a student at the Georgetown University Law Center, Class of 2021.

Erielle Davidson Career

Davidson was a Presenter at the American Association during her undergraduate tenure, for the Teaching of Eastern European Languages and the Head of Recruitment at the Middlebury Chapter of the American Enterprise Institute. During her early career, she was an Associate Analyst at Fitch Ratings and Publius Fellow at the Claremont Institute.

Later, Davidson joined The Hoover Institute at Stanford University as a Research Assistant. Davidson was researching under Dr. Edward Lazear, former Chairman of the President’s Economic Council under George W. Bush. She was a Co-Chair of CPAC National Security Planning Committee at The American Conservative Union from November 2018 to March 2019.

During the summer of 2019, Davidson became Research Intern at Kohelet Policy Forum, working for professor Eugene Kontorovich on anti-BDS legislation and other topics related to international law. Additionally, she served as Arnold Silverman Legal Intern at Shurat HaDin. Davidson has been a contributor to The Federalist since 2016. Currently, she is a staff writer and the Chair of Alumni Relations of Federalist Society.