Jacob Dunlap is a Program Coordinator at the Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC). He is responsible for building, documenting, and supporting all SALUS user agreements; supporting new user on-boarding, implementations, and trainings; managing vendor and license agreements; and supporting SALUS communications.
Prior to joining HSAC, Jacob gained extensive experience in political campaigning in Ohio, Delaware, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Virginia. In April 2019, Jacob was published by the Pepperdine Policy Review for a research paper on the connection between mass shootings and domestic violence.
Jacob holds a Master of Public Policy from Pepperdine University’s School of Public Policy, specializing in American Policy and Politics, as well as International Relations and National Security. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, National Security, and Sociology from Grove City College of Grove City, Pennsylvania.