Deputy Director - International Cyber Policy Centre
ExpertiseCyber politics and developments in the Asia-Pacific and China. Cyber-enabled foreign interference
Danielle is the Deputy Director of ASPI’s International Cyber Policy Centre.
She has worked in international relations, across government and non-government, since 2006. She has published and led projects on a range of global issues with a focus on how cyberspace and digital technologies are impacting Australia's place in the world. She is also a PhD scholar at the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs at ANU and in 2016 was a Google Policy Fellow attached to the Harvard University incubated Digital Asia Hub in Hong Kong.
She is a former Analyst and team leader in the Open Source Centre at the Office of National Assessments and in 2009-12 she also worked as a Research Associate in the Lowy Institute’s Melanesia program where she undertook a secondment to AusAID, working with the Asia strategy, research and communication teams. Prior to joining the Lowy Institute, Danielle worked for two years as Editorial Coordinator for the Sydney bureau of the Yomiuri Shimbun, Japan's largest newspaper. She has a Masters degree in International Security from Sydney University and a Bachelor degree in Business from the University of Technology, Sydney.