Daniel M. Elinoff is a defense/homeland security analyst at the RAND Corporation. He came to RAND from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), where he was a policy analyst for the Recovery Directorate of the Office of Response and Recovery. Prior, Elinoff worked for FEMA Region 1 in Public Assistance policy, as an intelligence and training intern for the Terrorism Research Center, and served as a combat medic with the US Army. He deployed to Iraq as a company and platoon medical NCO and to Afghanistan as a security force advisor to the Afghan National Army. Elinoff holds a BA in international affairs with a concentration in conflict and security from the George Washington University and a MA in war studies from King's College London.
- Puerto Rico Long Term Recovery
- SFAB Sustainment
- Monitoring and Managing Future Army Medical Force Readiness
- Establishing and Executing a Rigorous Analytic Process to Perform Assessment, Monitoring, and Evaluation (AM&E) of Security Cooperation Programs