Mark Adomanis writes for Forbes as well as numerous other outlets including Quartz, The National Interest, Salon, Slon.Ru, and Russia Magazine. His Russia analysis has been cited by high profile academics, politicians, and journalists, and he was an attendee at the most recent Valdai forum. He also works as a management consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton advising civilian Federal agencies.
Before moving to Washington, in 2009Mark completed a M.Phil in Russian and East European studies at the University of Oxford. His thesis, which was drove his interest in Russian demography, was on healthcare reform from the mid 1980’s through Putin’s first two terms in office.
Before Oxford Mark completed his bachelor’s in government at Harvard University, graduating magna cum laude in 2007.
In college mark was a national champion coxswain for the men’s rowing team, and was also a columnist for the undergraduate newspaper The Crimson.
Mark currently resides in Arlington and has lived in the Washington DC area since 2010.