I teach International & Constitutional Law, Cyber Law, Information Strategy, and Leadership to senior U.S. and foreign military officers and civil servants studying for a Master’s Degree. I am a non-resident Fellow at NATO SHAPE/ACO Office of Legal Affairs and an Affiliated Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania’s Fox Leadership International program and Penn’s Partnership for Innovation, Cross-Sector Collaboration, Leadership, and Organization. I am a Forbes Contributor on National Security.
I am an internationally-known expert on international and constitutional law, international security, refugees & migration, lawfare (law as a weapon of war), information warfare, and leadership. I am a frequent speaker on these topics for public and corporate audiences. I am a strategic advisor to business and government leaders on geopolitical risk and business threat.
As a strategic advisor, I help business and government leaders manage risks from global threats. Through my consultancy, Jill Goldenziel Strategy, I help companies understand and solve complex legal and security problems and build resilience. My expertise on international and constitutional law, information and cyber warfare, threats from a rising China, political risk, business and human rights, migration, and climate change helps my clients identify business vulnerabilities and opportunities. As consumers increasingly demand that corporations take a stand on social issues, I also coach executives on thought leadership.
As a dynamic speaker, I make complex topics accessible to audiences across the globe. My audiences have ranged from 193 UN Member States in New York and Morocco, to a public audience of 230 in the Philippines, to military leaders from 25 countries in Thailand and Indonesia, to hundreds of corporate leaders seeking to understand how geopolitical risk affects their work.
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