ESISC’s team is multinational (with at least ten different nationalities represented), and is composed of highly skilled professionals in the areas of national intelligence and the army as well as university specialists in international affairs (lawyers, sociologists, historians, economists, journalists, and psychologists). Other than English and French, we work in more than 20 languages (Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Ukrainian, Azerbijiani, Turkish, Serb-Croation, Hungarian, Spanish and Italian).
All assignments entrusted to us are fulfilled by our team or by handpicked contractors with whom we have worked for years.
Claude Moniquet was born in 1958. In his career Mr. Moniquet worked as a reporter in the French press as well as for the DGSE for more than twenty years. He is author of several specialized books and he is often called as a guest speaker in conferences organized by international institutions. Mr. Moniquet is ESISC’s CEO and co-founder along with CEO Genovefa Etienne. He is specialized in the conception and direction of operations of human intelligence, analysis of terrorism, security issues and geopolitics.
Genovefa Etienne is ESISC's co-founder along with Claude Moniquet. She worked as a journalist for twenty years and she is also author of several books.
Research areas: gender studies and social tensions.
Evgenia Gvozdeva joined ESISC in September 2009 as an analyst. As a director of production, Evgenia leads the team of analysts working on the World Terror Watch service. Prior to join ESISC, she worked as project manager in Russian NGOs specialized on political issues and as a chief editor in a news agency. She also took part as a principal researcher in inter-disciplinary research projects on political and security issues. Evgenia completed a Master in Sociology at Moscow State University in 2000 and Second-degree Master in Management at Solvay Business School in Brussels in 2008. She is Russian native speaker and she is fluent in English and French.
Lhoussain Azergui, born in Morocco in 1975.
Law degree, University of Meknes.
MAP journalist (2001-2006)
Areas of research: terrorist groups in North Africa, Middle East, Sahel and social movements.
Leandro Di Natala joined ESISC as an Analyst in May 2012. Leandro is a Project Manager for the development of the World Terror Watch service, responsible for country risk analyses on Middle East, Africa, western Europe, and covers the issues linked to terrorism, organized crime and energy. Leandro is also a researcher of the Italian Institute of Security Studies. Prior to join ESISC he worked as an intern for the Institute of National Security Studies in Tel Aviv and for the Institute of International Affairs in Rome. Leandro holds a Master Degree in Political Sciences at Catania University, a second level Master in International Relations at Bologna University, a second level Master in Intelligence and Security at Link Campus-University of Malta and a second level Master in Transport Management at the University of Catania. He is an Italian native speaker and he speaks English, French and Spanish.
Solène Jomier joined ESISC as an Analyst in September 2014. Solène is a Project Manager for the development of the World Terror Watch service, notably responsible for country risk analyses on Latin America, sub-saharan Africa and western Europe. She previously worked as a trainee at the EU Delegation in Barbados and the Eastern Carribean, specialised on politics and development issues. She holds a Master Degree in International Relations from Warwick University (UK) and a Master-level Diploma in Political Sciences from Sciences-Po Rennes (FR). She is a French native speaker and also speaks English and Spanish.
William Racimora, born in Brussels in 1960.
Sociologist, graduated from the Université Libre de Bruxelles.
Research areas: urban violence, ethnicity and Middle East.
Olivia de Fouchier