Eran Sharon is the son of Israeli immigrants, a native Texan, and a recently barred attorney. He is a graduate of the University of Houston Law Center and received his Masters in Middle Eastern Studies from Ben-Gurion University in Israel. As an undergraduate at the University of Texas at Austin, Eran studied Political Science and Psychology. He is fluent in Hebrew and studying Arabic, French, and Spanish.
Upon arrival to the DC area, Eran worked with the Saban Center on Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution. At the Saban Center, he researched and edited publications on diplomatic, political, and legal issues related to U.S. foreign policy and counterterrorism strategy in the Middle East. Prior to Brookings, he worked with district attorneys' offices in Houston, as an AmeriCorps volunteer, at various law firms, non-profit organizations, and the Texas governor’s office. Eran is a very active member of his community and volunteers regularly. Eran is currently working with a law firm while pursuing opportunities at the intersection of law and foreign policy.