Janice Shelsta is a former non-resident fellow with the Belfer Center’s Cyber Project and the Defending Digital Democracy Project (D3P). Her work focuses on the intersection of democracy, cybersecurity, and technology in the context of international relations and national security. She currently leads cybersecurity and technology adoption efforts within the U.S. Federal government. Previously, Janice led data and information technology initiatives for the U.S. financial regulatory community and co-founded a Health IT consultancy. Janice holds a Master of Public Administration from Harvard Kennedy School and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from Brown University.

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