Ms. Nastasia Bassili is a Policy Analyst at CT Strategies, which provides strategic consulting services to clients seeking insights and innovative approaches to current border management and supply chain challenges in the U.S. and around the world.
As a Policy Analyst, Ms. Bassili supports information technology clients through research and analysis centered on border management technologies and legislation which impact U.S. Customs & Border Protection and its sister agencies. Ms. Bassili is responsible for the management of client engagements and provides data-driven insight into agency initiatives and priorities through the development of client-facing deliverables. Additionally, Ms. Bassili works closely with the Marketing Department to provide clients and subscribers to CT Strategies media channels with awareness of policy changes and impacts of emerging technologies pertaining to the border management mission.
Previously, Ms. Bassili worked with PricewaterhouseCoopers Australia in its People & Organization practice. In this role, she assisted company partners and senior staff in designing and implementing human resource transformations. During her time with PricewaterhouseCoopers, she helped a state government implement a new transportation ticketing system.
Ms. Bassili received her Master’s Degree in Political Studies from Queen’s University in Canada, and is a graduate of the University of Adelaide in Australia where she received a Bachelor of International Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in International Politics and Twentieth Century History.
Policy Analyst, CT Strategies