Anne Bader

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(deep state operative?)
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Alma materTrinity University Washington, Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School
Founder ofInternational Cybersecurity Dialogue
Member ofInstitute for Statecraft, Institute for Statecraft/Tor team, Integrity Initiative, Integrity Initiative/Cluster/Leaders
Senior Associate Fellow of the Institute for Statecraft

Anne C. Bader is a Senior Associate Fellow of the Institute for Statecraft, a member of the "TOR Team" with a reported 30 years of experience. Her job title is listed as "Institution building" and her other roles as "Developing US network; interaction between cyber and infowar".[1]

She is also mentioned as a Serbian contact.[2]


Document:The Institute for Statecraft Expert Team v 3 describes her as:

Anne Bader (US): Working on evaluation of and development of links with potential US partner organisations; cyber aspects of influence and disinformation; founded The International Cybersecurity Dialogue in 2012 to help bridge the gap between policy makers and security technologists in government, business and academe; was actively involved in creating democracy education programmes in the Former Soviet Union, was Senior Advisor to the Moscow School for Political Studies; was named an Honorary Citizen of Hungary in 1991 for her democracy capacity building in Hungary; extensive work in Serbia and Montenegro on cyber security; Joint creator of the NATO strategic communications campaign for demilitarization and defense reform in Ukraine,Albania, Serbia, through the Partnership for Peace Trust Fund; member of the DC National Press Club, Women in International Security, The Cyber Security Summit Advisory Board and the Board of the Hungarian American Coalition.


The leaked schedule of trip of Chris Donnelly to Washington DC included a meeting "with Patrick Garvey CRS and Dorothy Rayburn USAID" which Anne Bader organised at the Congressional Research Service.[3]

International Cybersecurity Dialogue

Bader Resources

Full article: Bader Resources

In December 2015, Bader founded Bader Resources.