Emily Holub is an associate with SECURUS Strategic Trade Solutions, LLC. Ms. Holub specializes in strategic trade control and foreign trade regulations in Sub-Saharan Africa, East and Southeast Asia, and Eastern Europe. Ms. Holub also has expertise in the study of illicit trafficking in military and dual-use commodities in Central Asia and Southeastern Europe, wildlife trafficking in North and South America, human trafficking in Central America, and illegal logging in South America. Ms. Holub has evaluated and provided recommendations to governments on trade regulations and customs controls in Eastern Europe, Sub-Saharan Africa, and East Asia. She also has conducted an extensive review of foreign trade regulations in South Korea.
Ms. Holub has several years of experience working with industry, in higher education, and in the international affairs academic community. Ms. Holub has provided military and dual-use trade regulatory information to Japanese industry. She also served clients in the insurance industry for three years. Ms. Holub has three years of college-level teaching experience and has been a political science instructor at Midwestern State University in Texas since 2016. She also has presented original research at the International Studies Association that evaluates national and international legal authorities in the area of human rights.
Ms. Holub has master’s and bachelor’s degrees in political science from Midwestern State University.