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Amy Mintz

Amy Mintz is a PhD Candidate in Counterterrorism at Capitol Technology University. 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 on counterterrorism, with an emphasis on critical infrastructure, is available at SmartCity360.info with featured SMEs for her research including leading experts from the private sector, 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. She recently co-founded the AAPI Institute, a nonpartisan think tank that focuses its research on topics central to the well-being and security of the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community to educate and raise awareness of these issues. The AAPI Institute is a nonprofit organization that branched off of her 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that she established more than ten years ago to empower girls in professional life. Mintz supervises, directs and oversees all operations and affairs of the nonprofit organization to educate and support the youth through signature events and programs, which has earned the endorsements and testimonials from leading experts in the nonprofit and education sectors. She has been featured and contributed to numerous publications including the Official Harvard Site of Multiple Intelligences and Philanthropy Journal.
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