What do you do at Hozint?
I lead the Americas team desk by providing analysis and editorial support to our analysts. I also provide insight on geopolitical trends, conflict gestation and development, implement specific client requests at the team level.
What do you like the most about your job?
I get the chance of working on topics I’m passionate about, in a highly stimulating and professional environment. As to the specifics of our operations, I find researching risks and threats that may help our clients stay safe and protect their assets extremely valuable and rewarding.
What skills do you need to be good at your job?
High attention to detail is essential for any intelligence analyst. At Hozint is fundamental that you are or become a detail-oriented individual, as well as unleashing your curiosity for the underlying conditions and phenomena that shape the crisis we study on a daily basis.
What are the most challenging aspects of your job?
I believe being able to focus and manage multiple moving pieces at the same time, is a formidable and exciting challenge at Hozint.
Tell us one thing that you have learnt from your experience at Hozint?
Quantitative data can reveal hidden trends about risks and threats all across the globe.
How would you describe working at Hozint?
An intellectually stimulating organization, a great place to build your professional network, and at times a fun place with great people.
What kind of professional do you aspire to become?
I aspire to become a highly adaptable professional capable of providing actionable intelligence.
What do you like doing in your free time?
I love playing the guitar (Flamenco), spending time with my family, and reading on current events.
Do you have any advice for people who would like to pursue a similar career?
You must expand your skills set. Languages, programming, leadership development, geography… Even mastering Excel will help you in this highly-competitive industry.
Where can we reach out to you?