Audrey Fritz is a Researcher with ASPI’s International Cyber Policy Centre. Her research focuses on the intersection of China’s military and civilian R&D ecosystem as well as overseas influence of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). She has published reports and articles about university and private sector involvement in China’s military-civil fusion strategy, censorship and surveillance from China’s technology giants, and CCP influence mechanisms.
Audrey is pursuing a Master of Arts in Security Studies from Georgetown University. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy Studies and East Asian Languages and Civilizations from the University of Chicago (2019). Audrey has studied and lived in China for periods throughout her education, most recently studying at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center in 2019.