Helen Zhang is a Millennium fellow at the Atlantic Council and current Googler, former-Australian diplomat, and co-founder of geopolitics media-tech start-up, Intrigue Media. At Google, Zhang works on technology policy to address emerging trends and risks, including how governments regulate online content and the technology industry. As a diplomat, Zhang served in Tel Aviv, Israel, and Hong Kong where she covered political and economic issues, such as counterterrorism, information operations, and free trade. She also worked in public diplomacy, as a trade negotiator, consular officer, and Mandarin interpreter for the Australian government. Her mission is to educate next-generation leaders on the complexities of navigating geopolitics in the digital age and responding to the challenges of regulating the internet. Zhang graduated in 2020 with a master’s in public administration from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government as a Fulbright Scholar, and has undergraduate degrees from the Australian National University in laws and Asian studies.