Greta Bedekovics

Associate Director



Greta Bedekovics

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Greta Bedekovics is the associate director of Democracy Policy at American Progress. Prior to joining American Progress, she worked on Capitol Hill as a policy advisor on the U.S. Senate Committee on Rules and Administration for Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN). As a policy advisor for the committee, she worked extensively on voting rights, election administration and security, and democracy policies and legislation—including the Freedom to Vote Act and the For the People Act. Additionally, Bedekovics worked to advance policies to counter election-related misinformation and disinformation, such as foreign influence campaigns, and prevent election subversion, increase transparency for online political spending, and improve media literacy in the United States.

Prior to working in the Senate, she worked on federal and state campaigns. Bedekovics also gained experience working as a fellow at a nongovernmental organization based in Kenya, where she conducted ethnographic research for an app project.

She earned bachelor’s degrees in anthropology and political economy from the University of California, Berkeley. Bedekovics is a naturalized citizen and grew up in the United States and Hungary.


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