Sasha Fegan was a Research Associate at the Lowy Institute from April 2021 to September 2022 working on Australia’s Security and the Rules Based Order Project.
Sasha has almost two decades of experience working in the media, primarily at ABC Radio National where she produced a range of programs such as Breakfast with Fran Kelly, Late Night Live with Phillip Adams, and Between the Lines with Tom Switzer.
Sasha is an Adjunct Fellow in the Department of Security Studies and Criminology at Macquarie University, where she co-created and lectured in a postgraduate course on information warfare. She lectured on the geopolitics of cybersecurity at the University of Sydney.
Sasha has a Masters of Security and Strategy from Macquarie University with a specialisation in disinformation.
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