Jack Detsch is a researcher, writer, and journalist with experience in politics, government, and media. Jack currently writes for Passcode, the Christian Science Monitor’s section addressing security and privacy in the Digital Age from Boston, covering the intersection between technology and national security.
Before coming to Passcode, Jack researched and wrote extensively on international affairs as assistant editor of The Diplomat Magazine on everything from military challenges in South Asia to robotics. He's also worked for San Francisco Bay Area radio stations KQED, KALW and KCBS, helping to put dozens of stories on the air.
Jack graduated from The George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs with Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude honors. In Washington, he interned in the United States Senate, the State Department, and at NPR. You can learn about all of that and more on Jack's resume.
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