Callaway Capital Management, LLC is a private Washington, DC-based emerging and frontier markets investment firm specializing in Latin America, the Middle East and North Africa, and Central and Eastern Europe.

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Daniel Freifeld is the founder of Callaway Capital, an investment firm specializing in energy, infrastructure, and emerging and frontier market securities. He was previously Senior Advisor to the Special Envoy for Eurasian Energy at the U.S. Department of State, where he was responsible for oil and gas issues in Iraq, Turkey, Russia, and the eastern Mediterranean. Before that, he was director of international programs at New York University's Center on Law and Security, a foreign policy advisor on Senator Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, and a program coordinator for the Near East South Asia Center at the U.S. Department of Defense, working in more than ten Middle Eastern countries. He has also held appointments at the World Bank and Baker Botts, LLP. He is currently an associate of the Geopolitics of Energy Project at Harvard University, a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and a member of the Massachusetts Bar and the District of Columbia Bar. He speaks Turkish and French and conversational Arabic, Farsi, and Spanish and holds a bachelor's degree from Emory University and a juris doctor from New York University School of Law.
Daniel Phillips joined Callaway Capital in 2013. He previously worked in the Washington, DC office of Mintz, Levin, a leading international law and government relations firm, working on government affairs for a diverse group of energy companies and associations. Prior to that he worked in Hong Kong for a private equity fund during its inception and startup phases, as a reporter for Lebanon's The Daily Star newspaper covering business issues, and at PFC Energy as an analyst in the upstream division. He has also held positions with columnist George Will of the Washington Post and Newsweek, the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, the Atlantic magazine, and the House of Commons of the United Kingdom. He received his B.A. in International Relations and Arabic at Georgetown University.
Nicholas Mairone joined Callaway Capital Management in 2013. Prior to joining Callaway, Nick held positions as a quantitative research assistant at both American University's Kogod School of Business and Tipton Equity Partners. His previous work focused on statistical modeling, quantitative sciences, and probabilistic forecasting of human behavior. He received a Bachelor of Science in Finance from the Kogod School of Business. In his studies, he focused on the quantification of qualitative data and probabilistic analysis, specifically focusing on fixed income securities.
Michael Singh serves as an advisor to CCM and is the managing director of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, a nonpartisan think tank dedicated to advancing American interests in the Middle East. Mr. Singh was senior director for Near East and North African Affairs at the White House from 2007-2008, and director for several Middle Eastern countries, including Iran and Syria, on the NSC staff from 2005-2007. Earlier, Mr. Singh served as special assistant to Secretaries of State Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice, as well as staff aide to US ambassador to Israel Dan Kurtzer. He co-chaired Gov. Mitt Romneyís State Department transition team in 2012, and served as a Middle East advisor to the Romney presidential campaign from 2011-2012. Mr. Singh has served as an adjunct fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Security at Harvardís Kennedy School of Government and as an economics instructor at Harvard College. His writings have appeared in the Washington Post, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Foreign Affairs, the Economist, International Security, and elsewhere, and he has appeared as a commentator on CNN, NBC, Fox News, and other outlets. Mr. Singh earned his bachelorís degree in economics summa cum laude from Princeton University and an MBA with high distinction (Baker Scholar) from Harvard University.