Yusuf Can serves as a coordinator for the Middle East Program (MEP) at the Wilson Center. He delves into the political dynamics of the Middle East and North Africa, with a keen interest in corruption, geopolitics, and tech policies. Can oversees the Enheduanna blog and Viewpoints as an editor, organizes prominent MEP events and sessions, and plays a pivotal role in the inception and execution of novel projects. Can received an M.A. in democracy and governance from Georgetown University in Washington, DC, and a B.A. in political science from Sacramento State University in Sacramento, California. Can is originally from Istanbul, Turkey.