Justin Burack is interested in EU integration with a focus on digitization, data privacy, central banking, and healthcare. He also researches EU foreign policy with a focus on transatlantic relations.
He advises and contributes to small, independent projects focused on the digitization of essential services in Europe, such as the asylum process and healthcare. Much of his work involves consulting with high-level experts to draw up strategic outlines, product prototyping both independently and within teams, data analytics, and engaging with EU strategic plans for digitization.
He currently holds a B.A. in Politics from Brandeis University, and aims to continue towards further studies that combine technology with public policy.