Alp Sevimlisoy is a 2021 Millennium fellow at the Atlantic Council and the chief executive officer of Alp Sevimlisoy Yatırım (Alp Sevimlisoy Investment) in Istanbul. His corporate experience spans across Turkey, as well as countries in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. He is also an internationally published geopolitical strategist and national-security expert on Turkey and NATO, with a particular expertise on the Mediterranean, Middle East, and Sub-Saharan Africa and on regional unionism and defense policy.

Sevimlisoy has been published as an op-ed author in the Hill, the National Interest, RealClearDefense, Geopolitical Monitor, Global Security Review, the_ South China Morning Post_, and Israel Hayom. He has been featured in Newsweek with regard to strategic hypersonic missile deployment within the NATO alliance, written for the National Journal with regard to military policy deployment in the Black Sea, and been showcased by the Foundation for Defense of Democracies with regard to integrated NATO command structures in the Mediterranean. He has also been featured by the Daily Mail, the Daily Express, Politico, Benzinga, and the Center for the National Interest. Sevimlisoy is also a speaker and panelist at global events, namely a summit hosted by Bloomberg. He has advised regional governments and policymakers on trade in an era of global protectionism, as well as on defense and national-security matters. Sevimlisoy has advocated the ideals of Atlanticism with a particular focus on Mediterranean unionism.

Sevimlisoy has also formerly been an advisory board member at Bayes Business School (formerly Cass Business School).