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Empowering Allies in the Fight Against Extremism and Hate

Featuring Remaya Campbell, Sarah Moore

Mar 7, 8:30am-9:30am ET
Hear about the ADL Center on Extremism's innovative embed program in which ADL and partner organizations jointly support investigators fighting antisemitism and all forms of hate. The embed model amplifies ADL's efforts to fight antisemitism and extremism through sharing our expertise with peer organizations to aid them in building their own capacities. Learn more about the work currently being done, including protection for Jewish communal institutions, research conducted on how extremists abuse financial systems, and monitoring, exposing and disrupting anti-LGBTQIA+ hate. Together we combat antisemitism and extremism each day to expand the fight against hate.


Sarah Moore

Anti-LGBTQ+ Extremism Analyst for ADL & GLAAD

Sarah Moore (she/her) is the Anti-LGBTQ+ Extremism Analyst for ADL and GLAAD focused on countering anti-LGBTQ+ extremism and hate. She received her master’s degree in Security Studies from Georgetown University and her bachelor’s degree from Miami University. Previously, she worked as a General Associate at the University of Maryland’s START Global Terrorism Database (GTD).



Remaya Campbell

Senior Program Manager, ADL Center on Extremism

Remaya is an intelligence professional with expertise in extremism, disinformation, and emerging technologies. As the Senior Program Manager at the ADL’s Center on Extremism, she leads the Embedded Researcher Program, managing its staff, operations, and strategic planning. Her work focuses on partnering with community organizations to research and disrupt a broad range of domestic extremism. Additionally, Remaya is the Acting Chair & an appointed Commissioner on the District of Columbia Homeland Security Commission, where she formulates policy recommendations for both the Mayor and the District Council. She possesses a Master’s degree in Peace & Conflict Studies from the University of Otago and a B.A. in Law, History & Culture from the University of Southern California.