Sarah Lovell is a technical analyst at the RAND Corporation. Her research interests lie at the intersection of national security, emerging technology, and identity.
As part of Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom, Lovell traveled all over Iraq and Afghanistan for two years as a field engineer supporting ISR, biometrics, forensics, and sensitive site exploitation, including time with Special Operations Command.
Lovell was part of the 2018 Department of Homeland Security Analytic Exchange Program, served as a technical mentor to the Hacking for Defense class at Georgetown University in spring 2017, and was a Fall 2009 Christine Mirzayan Science and Technology Policy Graduate Fellow to the National Academy of Sciences. Other previous D.C. affiliations include time at the White House Office of Strategic Initiatives and the Department of Defense Biometrics Management Office.
She earned her M.Phil. in technology policy from the University of Cambridge and her B.S. in biometric systems and computer engineering from the West Virginia University Statler College of Engineering.
COL Glenn Voelz, USA, and Sarah Soliman, "Identity, Attribution, and the Challenge of Targeting in the Cyberdomain," Marine Corps University Journal, 7(1), 2016
Sarah Soliman, Options for Next Generation Blue Force Biometrics, Divergent Opinions, 2017