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Tessa Baker

Director of Communications (Acting) Print Bio

Tessa Baker currently serves as Director of Communications (Acting) at Georgetown’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology. Previously, she served as CSET’s founding Director of Operations through May 2023. She previously worked as a Senior Principal at Gartner conducting survey and qualitative research. Prior to working at Gartner, Tessa served government executives at the Office of Personnel Management, the Department of Homeland Security, the Office of the Secretary of Defense and the Federal Emergency Management Agency as a consultant with IBM and NSI. Tessa holds a B.A. in Government and Economics and an M.A. in American Government from Georgetown University.

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