Robby Mook is a CNN Contributor and Senior Fellow at Harvard’s Kennedy School. At Harvard, Mook is co-directing the Defending Digital Democracy Project, a bipartisan effort to secure political campaigns and elections from cyberattacks and make our democratic institutions more resilient in the face of foreign information operations. Mook served as Campaign Manager for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign. He also managed Terry McAuliffe’s successful campaign for Governor of Virginia in 2013 and Jeanne Shaheen’s successful campaign for US Senate in New Hampshire in 2008. Mook also led the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee in 2012, when Democrats gained eight seats. He is a graduate of Columbia University with a BA in Greek and Latin.