Dr. Agatha Glowacki has worked at NCTC for more than a decade on issues pertaining to terrorist threats and propaganda, radicalization and recruitment, and programs to prevent and counter violent extremism (CVE). She has expertise in both analytic and public policy, and worked as an analyst for almost a decade, researching, writing, and briefing on radicalization issues. She also worked as a senior policy officer coordinating CVE policy and implementation for the White House. Since 2019, Dr. Glowacki has worked at the Joint CT Assessment Team (JCAT) to support and provide resources to State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial (SLTT) partners across the country. Dr. Glowacki received her PhD from George Mason University and her research focused on violent extremist disengagement. She earned her Master’s degree from Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland, where she was also a U.S. Fulbright Scholar. Dr. Glowacki graduated from Harvard with a BA in Government.
To me, Eradicate Hate was the most important gathering of 2021 for those of us who work on issues related to domestic extremism and organized hate. The Summit uniquely combined a variety of perspectives, including experts, civil society representatives, politicians and policymakers, and the families and loved ones of victims. Eradicate Hate has the important mission of standing against the rising tide of hate and extremism in our society, and it’s an honor to be able to support this mission.