Wilson W. Warren is working at ICSVE as a Junior Research Fellow, researching issues of white supremacism, inceldom and militant jihadism.
Wilson is new to this field, having worked in the entertainment industry from 2006 to 2018. In this arena, he worked as an executive assistant, label executive, concert producer and promoter, recruiter(A&R), and manager of writers, producers, and top artists. The entertainers he worked with include Three 6 Mafia, T.I., G-Eazy, Outkast, Dallas Austin, Tricky Stewart, Southside, Usher, Lil Baby, Waka, Akon, Polow Da Don, Leona Lewis, Jake and Logan Paul, and Justin Bieber.
In the technology domain, Wilson consulted for the social
media platform PHEED, which sold to Mobli, facilitated partnerships
between top entertainers and the App — Music Messenger, which was acquired by Yahoo, and co-founded an event App called YOPIMA, where he brought on T.I. as the investor/partner — this also resulted in a co-patent position.
Wilson also served as a Social Media Consultant for a successful U.S. Senate campaign. He is now a partner at a 501(c)3,
called Soldier For Wildlife, where he actively assists with intelligence designed to combat poaching and engage the local community on a 309 square mile reserve in Zambia. Wilson is currently working towards a degree in International Relations with a minor in Arabic and hopes to also pursue graduate studies.
He also has a volunteer position as a Research Fellow at the Alive and Well Foundation, headquartered in Atlanta, GA.