Milda Mataciunaite-Boyce is Director of Fellowships and Coalitions at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC), where she leads VOC’s outreach to partner organizations, coalition building, and fellowship programs, engaging research scholars and emerging experts in the fields dedicated to work related to the history of communism, post-communist transition, and the impact of communism in current affairs. Previously Ms. Mataciunaite-Boyce served as Director of Transatlantic Leadership at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), where she led CEPA’s transatlantic fellowship programs, strengthening the Institute’s commitment to developing the next generation of emerging leaders based on transatlantic values and principles. Her expertise includes public diplomacy, strategic communication, transatlantic relations, and Baltic security strategy and foreign policy. Ms. Mataciunaite-Boyce holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a Minor in Russian language from the University of Tennessee with a focus on International Relations. She studied communications and information science at Vilnius University, Lithuania. Previously, she worked at the Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania in Washington, DC. She speaks fluent Lithuanian, Russian, and is proficient in French.