Danielle Neftin
School of International and Public Affairs
Danielle Neftin is a Master of International Affairs graduate student at Columbia University SIPA. Prior to Columbia, Danielle received her Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing and Media Studies from The New School. Danielle has worked in international media for 8 years and managed publishing strategies and content campaigns for VICE, a global youth media company with offices in 34+ cities around the world. While at VICE, Danielle had the opportunity to travel to Russia’s Siberian region to produce, as well as co-host, a documentary about the present day effects of the Soviet Union’s nuclear past. In 2017, Danielle re-located to serve in VICE’s European offices in Copenhagen, London, and Paris where she was responsible for developing and deploying purpose driven campaigns. In 2021, the Harriman Institute awarded Danielle with a language fellowship to study advanced Russian at Harvard University. Danielle’s research interests include social media misinformation campaigns and internet fragmentation.
Danielle Neftin is a Master of International Affairs graduate student at Columbia University SIPA. Prior to Columbia, Danielle received her Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing and Media Studies from The New School. Danielle has worked in international media for 8 years and managed publishing strategies and content campaigns for VICE, a global youth media company with offices in 34+ cities around the world. While at VICE, Danielle had the opportunity to travel to Russia’s Siberian region to produce, as well as co-host, a documentary about the present day effects of the Soviet Union’s nuclear past. In 2017, Danielle re-located to serve in VICE’s European offices in Copenhagen, London, and Paris where she was responsible for developing and deploying purpose driven campaigns. In 2021, the Harriman Institute awarded Danielle with a language fellowship to study advanced Russian at Harvard University. Danielle’s research interests include social media misinformation campaigns and internet fragmentation.
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