Victoria Adofoli MPP '22, a former Center for Governance of Technology and Systems graduate research assistant, recently accepted a position as a Congressional Fellow and will work as a technology policy analyst. She earned her Master of Public Policy, specializing in Information Security and Cybersecurity Policy from the University of Maryland School of Public Policy and College of Information Studies.
While working at the Center, she used an innovative approach to analyze national, state and local airborne drone policies in support of a funded research project; the project sponsors praised the work as exceptional. During her time at the School of Public Policy, Victoria also worked at the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) researching counterintelligence insider threats.
Before attending graduate school, she worked in the civilian technology sector, and she also lived abroad in Cambodia and Malaysia to focus on educational diplomacy and human rights. In addition to this fellowship, Victoria had previously been the recipient of the Fulbright Scholarship, the Urban Leaders Fellowship, the Humphrey Policy Fellowship and the Robertson Foundation for Government Fellowship.