Caroline Sagalchik

Threat Intelligence Analyst

Caroline Sagalchik is a Belarusian-American threat intelligence analyst and investigator working at the intersection of technology and democracy with experience in countering human rights abuse, influence operations, and illicit finance. Her professional experience includes serving as the Head U.S. Delegate for the youth engagement group to the G7, assembled to develop policy recommendations that address the concerns of youth across G7 countries, and leading the Eurasia Analysis Team at Sayari Labs, where her work involved filling open-source intelligence knowledge gaps for the U.S. government. She is a Certified Financial Crime Specialist and an alumna of the Aspen Institute NextGen Network, the Center on Global Interests Rising Experts Program, and the Eurasia Foundation Young Professionals Network Program. Caroline graduated from Brown University with a degree in international relations and spent a year as a Fulbright scholar in Kyrgyzstan. She is originally from Brooklyn, NY.