Aaron Zelinger helps democratic governments utilize technology to enact data-driven policy and strengthen their critical institutions.
As a forward-deployed analyst at Palantir Technologies, he has worked alongside governmental organizations in the United States, Latin America, and Asia to leverage data platforms against challenges including Warfighter battlefield preparation, interagency pandemic coordination, and cyberespionage detection.
Aaron also serves as a Visiting Research Associate with the Office of Condoleezza Rice, where he develops policy recommendations at the intersection of technology and geopolitics for global leaders on issues such as safeguarding elections, expanding internet access, and enabling economic resilience amid automation and roboticization.
A California native, Aaron holds a B.S. in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University. He is a graduate of the Center for International Security and Cooperation Honors Program and a George P. & Charlotte Shultz Fellow in Modern Israel Studies.