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Amy Mintz

Amy Mintz is a Ph.D. Candidate in Counterterrorism at Capitol Technology University. She is an NCAE-C PhD Scholar and her doctoral research is focused on ways to contribute to the cyber forensics domain by applying counterterrorism techniques to mitigate challenges of protecting critical infrastructure in smart cities. More information about her dissertation research can be seen at SmartCity360.info with featured SMEs who are leading experts from the public and private sector, including the Department of Homeland Security and local government. Her academic background includes an M.S. in Digital Forensics and Graduate Studies in Cybersecurity Policy, and Curriculum and Instruction. Mintz directs, supervises and oversees all operations and affairs of the 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, eGirl Power, that she founded over ten years ago to educate and support the youth through signature events and programs, which have earned endorsements and testimonials from leading experts in the nonprofit and education sectors, and have been featured in numerous publications including USA Today, the Official Harvard Site of Multiple Intelligences, and Philanthropy Journal. In addition, she also oversees the partnership between the Center for Public Safety for Women (CPSW) and her 501(c)3 nonprofit organization for the #StopGBV Initiative to educate and raise awareness of issues related to Gender-Based Violence.
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