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Ika Trijsburg

Jessica (Ika) Trijsburg is a visiting fellow with GMF Cities and a research fellow in city diplomacy at the Melbourne Centre for Cities at the University of Melbourne, where she leads the Disinformation in the City research program, a collaboration among researchers at five Australian universities.

Trijsburg has more than a decade of experience in local government, refugee and migrant health, and intercultural education. She has served on two international working groups of the Council of Europe’s Intercultural Cities Program and led a number of industry research projects related to inclusion, social cohesion, and capacity building. She is an executive member of the Victorian Refugee Health Network and an ambassador for Get a Grip of the Grind and the Institute for Economics and Peace.

Trijsburg held a Rotary Peace Fellowship between 2011 and 2013, when she undertook graduate study at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University.

Caitlin Goldenberg is a program coordinator at the Alliance for Securing Democracy (ASD) at GMF, where she manages the team's work on technology and geopolitics. Prior to joining ASD, she held internships at UNHCR, where she managed individual asylum cases during the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and in the US Department of State's Office of Russian Affairs, where she monitored Russian human rights abuses and misinformation campaigns.

A recent graduate of Brown University, Goldenberg holds a bachelor's degree in international and public affairs, and a certificate in data fluency. She focused her studies on Russian politics, humanitarian intervention, and cybersecurity. In 2022, Goldenberg studied in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan with the State Department's Critical Language Scholarship for Advanced Russian. She also speaks Spanish.