Daniel Flesch

Daniel Flesch

Visiting Fellow, Countering Antisemitism, Allison Center for National Security

Daniel Flesch is a Visiting Fellow in the Allison Center for National Security at The Heritage Foundation.

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Daniel Flesch is a Visiting Fellow for Countering Antisemitism in the Allison Center for National Security. 

Flesch is the President of 202 Advisors, LLC, a public affairs and geopolitical consultancy. He has worked for international public affairs and strategic communications firms, and for a leading aerospace and defense consulting company, where he developed business with Israel defense contractors.

From 2018-2021, Flesch served as Senior Advisor to Israel’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations. He was the Founder and Executive Director of Fuel for Truth—D.C., an Israel education and advocacy program. Flesch also served in the 202nd Paratrooper Battalion of the Israel Defense Forces, where he was twice recognized as Outstanding Platoon Soldier. He wrote about his experiences and why Americans serve in the IDF for Commentary Magazine.

His perspective on Israel, the Middle East and defense issues has been featured in CBN, CNBC, CNN, Fox News, Times of Israel and other outlets, and he has briefed Congressional leaders and staff and policy organizations.

He received his master's degree in international relations and international economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, and his bachelor's degree in political science and history from the University of Illinois.