Maggie Feldman-Piltch is a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security and is the founder and executive managing director of Unicorn Strategies, a firm building and supporting intentional innovation in national security institutions through public private partnerships. Unicorn Strategies’s work includes Operation Eagle, #NatSecGirlSquad and its accompanying secure teaching and learning platform Herd Mentality, Project VU—a functional human-centered artificial intelligence program to strengthen and reform the security clearance process—and Kalishnikitty. Feldman-Piltch also enjoyed a fruitful term as entrepreneur-in-residence/senior advisor to the executive at Guidehouse National Security Sector. Prior to Unicorn Strategies, Feldman-Piltch served in a variety of roles at American Security Project including leading the US-Cuba work, the Women in Security and Business Council for American Security programs, and a weekly podcast. Feldman-Piltch is a principal participant at the Munich Security Conference and an instructor at the Naval Postgraduate School’s Institute for Security Governance. She received her MA at Georgetown School of Foreign Service’s Security Studies Program where she earned the Director’s Award and served as a junior centennial fellow. Feldman-Piltch is an exceedingly proud graduate of Wesleyan University.