Dominika Hajdu is the Policy Director of the Center for Democracy & Resilience at GLOBSEC, a Central European policy institute. Her Center focuses on strengthening democratic resilience against subversive efforts aiming to undermine it and at the examination of strategies, actors and tools utilized in information operations. In research, she focuses on the impact of information operations and social media on a democratic society, cognitive security, and strategic communication of the public sector. She has led large-scale international projects focusing on research, awareness-raising and capacity-building for various target groups aiming to build societal and state resilience. In her previous capacities, Dominika gained experience working first in the advertising sector and later with the EU policy-making, having trained at the EU’s Committee of the Regions and worked for a public affairs agency in Brussels. Hajdu holds an MA in EU Foreign Policy from the University of Leuven in Belgium.
Dave Leichtman, Director of Corporate Citizenship, Microsoft (USA)
Dominika Hajdu, Stream Director, Democracy & Resilience, GLOBSEC (Slovakia)
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