Samantha Ravich

Dr Samantha Ravich is the former deputy national security advisor for vice president Cheney and served in the White House for five and a half years where she was the Vice President's representative on Asian and Middle East Affairs as well as on counter-terrorism and counter-proliferation issues. Dr Ravich was an investor in DroneShield. Following her time at the White House, Dr Ravich was the Republican co-chair of the Congressionally-mandated National Commission for Review of Research and Development Programs in the United States Intelligence Community. Dr Ravich is now chief executive of A2P, and principal investigator on the recently released monograph, "Cyber-Enabled Economic Warfare: An Evolving Challenge." She also serves as an advisor to The Chertoff Group and Freedom Capital Investment Management. Her book, "Marketization and Democracy: East Asian Experiences" is used as a basic textbook in international economics, political science, and Asian studies college courses. Dr Ravich is member of the Council on Foreign Relations, serves as an advisor to the US Intelligence Community, and is a frequent keynote speaker on international security, cyber, and the future of intelligence.
Bio last updated 19 May 2018

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Positions - Previous

PositionCompanyYearCompany's current rank
Non-Executive DirectorDroneShield2016 - 2017

Directors Interests

CompanyDateTransaction typeNumber of sharesPrice per shareTransaction valueNature of change
DroneShield21 Jun 2017Issued10,549$0.24$2,500OtherParticipation in share purchase plan

Directors Shareholdings

CompanyDirect sharesIndirect sharesTotal sharesTotal value

Total Shareholder Return as at 30/04/18

1 year TSR5 year TSR
721 WA (and selected non WA) listed companies ranked by 1 year TSR relative to other companies with similar revenue
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Share Transactions

$127k Issued
Total value as at the date of the transaction
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238 listed industrial companies ranked by revenue.
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