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Janessa Goldbeck is a Combat Engineer Officer with the United States Marine Corps.
Prior to joining the Marine Corps, Lt.
Goldbeck's work focused on the intersection between national security, human rights, international development and technology.
has consulted on a range of projects for government, nonprofit and corporate clients, including the Department of Defense
, the Office of Opinion Research at the Department of State, Campaign Consultation, Inc.
, Reboot and the Foreign Service Institute.â€¨â€¨
Goldbeck served as the national spokesperson for the Truman National Security Project, highlighting the critical role international development plays in Americaâ€™s national security.
Previously, she directed cutting edge advocacy and media campaigns around mass atrocity prevention for the Save Darfur Coalition, Genocide Intervention Network and STAND, global human rights advocacy organizations. â€¨â€¨Lt.
Goldbeck is a Senior Fellow with the Alliance for Youth Movements, a Partner with the Truman National Security Project, a Fellow with New Leaders Council and a graduate of Northwestern University.
In 2012, she
was awarded the George C. Marshall Advocacy Award and the Office of the Atlanta
Mayor's Phoenix Award for Civic Leadership.â€¨â€¨â€¨