Dillon Roseen

Millennial Public Policy Fellow

Dillon Roseen is a Millennial Public Policy Fellow in New America’s Cybersecurity Initiative. Roseen, from Peachtree City, Ga., was a Fulbright Scholar in Amsterdam where he conducted research on the intersection of law, politics, and international security. Previously, he graduated with highest honors from the Georgia Institute of Technology where he studied economics and international affairs and served as student body president. His interests include the international law and national security dimensions of cybersecurity policy.

All Work

MILLENNIALS INITIATIVE
On Love & Social Media

Dillon Roseen sits down with Emefa Addo Agawu to discuss millennials and love in the age of social media.


MILLENNIALS INITIATIVE
Love Beyond the Social Media Gloss

Navigating the complexities of love in the digital age


How AI Can Transform Health Care Security Problems into Opportunities

AI can yield big benefits to the healthcare security community–including enhancing patient trust and an organization's bottom line.


MILLENNIALS INITIATIVE
Crap, I Forgot to Go Incognito!

In a paradoxical way, millennials are both the most cyber secure generation and the most cyber insecure.


Crap, I Forgot to Go Incognito!

On how Millennials are both the most cyber-secure generation and the most cyber-insecure generation—and what to do about it.


MILLENNIALS INITIATIVE
One Hometown at a Time: Transforming the American Political Landscape

Meaningful positive social and political change may depend on young people returning to conservative hometowns they once happily left.


CYBERSECURITY INITIATIVE and MILLENNIALS INITIATIVE
The Challenges of Frontier Technologies

Taking a closer look at the challenges that come with the proliferation of frontier technologies


MILLENNIALS INITIATIVE
Why We Want You to Slide into our DMs

While we live in a 140-character world, we know that greater engagement and deeper understanding are just a DM away.