Jake Braun is Chief Executive Officer of Cambridge Global Advisors (CGA) and Managing Director of Cambridge Global Capital (CGC). In this capacity, Mr. Braun has worked extensively on national security and finance issues throughout the U.S., Europe, Asia, Africa, Middle East and Latin America. Prior to joining the University of Chicago faculty and Cambridge Global, Mr. Braun was appointed by President Obama as White House Liaison to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) where he oversaw some of the most high profile public engagements executed at DHS. Prior to his tenure as White House Liaison, Mr. Braun served on the Presidential Transition Team for the Obama Administration as Deputy Director for the National Security Agencies Review. I Mr. Braun also designs and implements political campaigns in the U.S., Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe. Before coming to Washington, Mr. Braun served as the National Deputy Field Director to the 2008 Obama for America Campaign, overseeing an effort that utilized the most sophisticated grassroots, social media and data analysis available. In addition to his roles at Cambridge Global and the University of Chicago, Mr. Braun is co-founder of the DEF CON Voting Machine Hacking Village.