Greg Hittelman is Director of Communications at the Enough Project, responsible for leading all media relations and communications programs for the organization.
Previously, Greg worked in multiple capacities at the Conflict Awareness Project, a nonprofit that investigates and brings to justice major arms traffickers and transnational criminal operations that fuel wars. His academic and research work has focused on the nexus of human rights, national intelligence, and international security. He is a multidisciplinary strategist and consultant with expertise in communications, media relations, advocacy, project management, marketing, events, and alliance building. Previous clients and project partners include nonprofits, corporations, governments, international advocacy coalitions, and cultural and academic institutions. Greg directed the documentary film Willful Infringement, which premiered at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, was a state-bar approved Mandatory Continuing Legal Education program in 22 states, and is in the library collections of more than 60 academic institutions, including Princeton University, the University of California, Berkeley, and Stanford University. He is an award-winning writer and a contributor at The Atlantic.
Greg graduated with honors in English literature from the University of California, Berkeley, attended the advanced screenwriting and production program at the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts, and holds a master’s degree in international affairs from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University in New York City.