Meet The Fellows
Since its inception, there have been four cohorts of Foundry Fellows.
The 2022 cohort is our fourth and current class of Fellows.
All The Fellows Past & Present
Aalok Mehta is a doctoral candidate at the Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern California. He was the 2014 Google Policy Fellow at Public Knowledge.
Adi Kamdar is a legal fellow at the Knight First Amendment Institute. He was formerly an activist at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, More
Adira Levine is a Cyber Policy Fellow at New America and a student at Harvard Law School. She most recently worked in Washington, DC as a management consultant to the federal government.
Ahmed is a Senior Intelligence Analyst at LookingGlass Cyber Solutions. With interests in both policy and programming, he enjoys discussing how the world’s cultural and political divides are increasingly falling along digital lines.More
Alan McQuinn is a professional staff member for the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology. Prior to that, he was a senior policy analyst for the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.
Alex Kostura is Product Manager and Site Lead of ConsenSys Solutions Incubator in DC, where he is focused on enhancing government performance and social sector outcomes through blockchain-based solutions.
Alla Goldman Seiffert is Director of Cloud Policy and Counsel at Internet Association. She is responsible for advocating for IA’s cloud policy priorities and enterprise policy positions.More
Ana is currently a Global Privacy Manager at TrustArc where she helps companies align their data practices with GDPR, APEC, Privacy Shield, and CCPA regulations.
Andrés Bascumbe serves as Counsel to Congresswoman Maxine Waters of California, managing her technology, telecommunications, intellectual property, defense, and national security portfolios.
Andrew Manley is an attorney advisor with the Federal Communications Commission’s Media Bureau. His work focuses on broadcast station licensing, including helping broadcasters prepare for the transition to next-gen TV, ATSC 3.0.
Ángel Díaz is a Technology Associate at Gunderson Dettmer, where he counsels technology start-ups and venture capital firms through the changing landscape of IP, privacy, and data security issues. More
Angela Hooks is a manager of government affairs for Yelp. As part of a small but mighty team, she focuses on a plethora of issues; including consumer free speech, intermediary liability, antitrust, and diversity in tech.More
Angelo Alcid is a 2013 graduate of Santa Clara University School of Law whose practice currently primarily consists of advising video game developers, tech startups, and nonprofit organizations in intellectual property and business law issues. More
Angie Orejuela is a first-generation Honduran American passionate about studying the intersections of digital governance and diplomacy pertaining to developing countries. She is particularly interested in new technology’s socioeconomic impacts through policy implementation.
Anisha Mangalick is a technology attorney in the San Francisco Bay Area who enjoys exploring the intersection of law and technology. Currently, she is an Associate Corporate Cousel at Zendesk, focusing on commercial and privacy issues.More
Anjelika Deogirikar has spent over a decade working in both the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. Most recently, she was the ORGANIZE Innovator in Residence at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. More
Anne Hobson is a technology policy fellow with the R Street Institute, specializing in free-market approaches to emerging technologies, including virtual reality, artificial intelligence, the internet of things and the sharing economy.More
Apratim Vidyarthi is a sleep-deprived JD candidate at the University of Pennsylvania. He is interested in First Amendment issues, digital privacy, and information policy.
Ariel Dobkin is a third-year student at Yale Law School, where she is a co-founder of the Yale Law & Technology Society and a Student Fellow at the Information Society Project. More
Ashkhen Kazaryan is a Legal Fellow at TechFreedom. She writes, teaches and advocates for free speech, privacy and limited government surveillance.More
Austin Carson is the DC-based government relations lead for NVIDIA. Previously, he served as executive director of Tech Freedom. He was formerly with the House Homeland Security Committee and Policy Advisor for Congressman Blake Farenthold (TX-27).More
Bao Kham Chau is a J.D. student at the University of Virginia School of Law and an Affiliate at the Harvard Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society.
Ben is the Equal Justice Works Fellow at the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), sponsored by the Friends and Family of Philip M. Stern. There, he works on Artificial Intelligence issues focusing on the criminal justice system.
Bijan Madhani is policy counsel for the Computer & Communications Industry Association, where he focuses on all things surveillance, privacy, and security. He graduated from American University Washington College of Law in 2013.More
Described by coworkers as “not the lawyer we need, but the lawyer we deserve,” Brendan O’Connor is a security researcher and consultant in Seattle, WA. He is admitted to the bar in Montana and Washington, and serves as Vice-Chair of the ABA’s Information Security Committee; while he is a lawyer, he is not your lawyer. More
Brian Focarino is a trademark, copyright & advertising associate at Cooley in Silicon Valley. Previously, he was legal intern for digital media law at Google, legal intern for trademark and copyright law at Verizon, More
Camille Stewart is a senior consultant with Deloitte & Touche LLP’s cyber risk services practice focused on cyber, privacy, and identifying emerging technologies to bring to market.
Chanel Cornett is a Counsel on the Trust & Safety team at Zoom. Prior to joining Zoom, Chanel was a Legal and Policy Officer at Fair Trials, where she worked on criminal justice reform policy. Before Fair Trials, she spent her first year post-law school graduation working for California Attorney General, Xavier Beccerra’s legal and policy advisory team.
Charles Cheng is a member of patent, trademark and copyright group at Oracle Corp., and licensed to practice patent before USPTO. More
Charles Roslof is an attorney at the Wikimedia Foundation, the non-profit organization that supports Wikipedia. His work there focuses on trademarks (protection, enforcement, and licensing) and copyright policy. More
Chris is a law student at George Washington University, taking classes and assisting in research focusing on digital rights.
Christa is an intellectual property litigation associate at Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Her practice focuses on patent litigation, advertising litigation, and other technology and business litigation and consulting. More
Christine Bannan is the Administrative Law and Policy Fellow at the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), where she works on consumer privacy, government surveillance, and student privacy issues. More
Christine Doelling is a first year associate at Cooley LLP where she practices trademark, copyright and advertising law. Her first love is and always will be music, which in this climate means she is a deep lover of technology. More
Clara Tsao is a Founding Officer and Director of the Filecoin Foundation. She is also co-founder of the Trust & Safety Professional Association and the president of the Presidential Innovation Fellows Foundation.
Crystal is a 2016 cum laude graduate of American University. She is interested in the intersection of Intellectual Property and Telecommunications and has interned at several places dealing with these subjects throughout law school. More
Daniel Kent is president and executive director of Net Literacy, an all-volunteer, student-run nonprofit that bridges the digital divide through its digital literacy and digital inclusion programs.More
Danielle Kehl is a student at Harvard Law School and a fellow at New America’s Open Technology Institute, where she previously worked full-time as a Senior Policy Analyst. She got her start in tech policy at AccessNow before moving to DC to work for New America More
Devron Brown is AI and Fintech Counsel for the House Financial Services Committee. He advises Committee Members on emerging technology and works to build a bridge between policy, technology, and law.
Dipayan is presently a technology policy advisor at the White House, where he works on a range of policy issues including spectrum innovation, More
Donalene Roberts is a recent graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, where she was a Research Assistant for the Center on Privacy and Technology.
Edward is a policy analyst with the domestic policy office of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, a Bureau within the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Elana Reman Safner is a communications associate at Mintz, where she focuses on public policy, regulatory issues, and litigation affecting the communications sector.
Libby Hennemuth (CIPP/US) is an information privacy professional with experience in digital trade policy and privacy compliance.
Elizabeth Lhost is a historian and legal studies scholar currently based at Dartmouth College. Her research focuses on the global histories of information technologies as they relate to concepts of identity and citizenship.
As Vice President at Glen Echo Group, Ellen Satterwhite helps clients formulate policy positions and tell their stories with good one-liners backed by solid data. More
Currently finishing his third year at California Western School of Law, with plans to graduate in April and take the July, 2017, California Bar Exam, Emory has a focus on privacy and internet law generally, More
Fred Jennings is a litigator and hacker at Tor Ekeland, PC, where he represents clients in criminal and civil CFAA cases across the country. He also handles copyright and trademark matters, security and privacy advising, More
Gabe Rudin is a J.D. Candidate at the University of Colorado Law School. He is interested in regulatory compliance, M+A, tech transactions, and the politics of cross-border data transfers.
Gabriella is the Digital and Technology Transactions Corporate Counsel for WeWork in NYC. She has multifaceted tech experience in the Silicon Valley, DC, and New York markets and actively brings the technology community together through dynamic programming.
Gidget Benitez is a Legislative Assistant in the U.S. House of Representatives. Her portfolio of issues includes healthcare, education, labor, housing, space/NASA, civilian technology, and small businesses/economic development.
Harry Anastopulos is an attorney and director of external affairs at CTIA, where he focuses on 5G infrastructure, wireless spectrum, privacy, digital security/safety, and emerging technology issues relating to diverse communities.
Hibah Kamal-Grayson is a senior policy analyst at Google, where she focuses on Internet governance and international policy issues. Previously, Hibah worked as a policy researcher at the New America Foundation’s Open Technology Institute and an account optimizer at Google.More
Hilary Richardson is an Intellectual Property Risk Associate at Facebook. Her focus is on developing policies to scale the operational challenges of managing intellectual property-related intermediary liability on Facebook’s platforms. More
Ian Mair is an Associate at The Smith-Free Group where he helps clients in the fintech, financial services and intellectual property spaces navigate Congressional and regulatory issues, providing intel and coverage of legislative activities and direct advocacy before key committees of jurisdiction in furtherance of policy goals.
Ian Williams is the inaugural Fellow for the University of Michigan Law School’s Law & Mobility Program, and serves as Managing Editor of the Journal of Law & Mobility.
Inayat is an LL.M candidate at UC Berkeley’s School of Law. Before this, she was a legal intern at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) where she worked on copyright law, Internet of Things, and First Amendment issues. More
Ishan Mehta is a technologist and policy analyst in Washington DC. His work focuses on cybersecurity policy, technology policy, national security.
Jacob (Jake) Odame-Baiden is a lawyer based in Ghana. He has vast experience in technology project management, legal advisory and regulatory and compliance for the technology consulting and telecommunication sectors in Ghana and other African countries.
Jacqueline Ahn Yang is currently a legal specialist at IBM, assisting developers and business teams to navigate the world of open source software licensing. Prior to IBM, she interned at Berkman Center for Internet & Society, and New America Foundation. More
Jackie is received her JD from GW Law and her BA in Philosophy, Politics & Law from USC. Jackie previously interned in-house at Taiwanese technology companies.
Jadzia Butler graduated from the Georgetown University Law Center in May 2015, where she was the student Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of National Security Law & Policy.More
Jameson Dempsey is an associate in the Communications and Privacy & Information Security groups of Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, where he counsels communications service providers, technology companies, More
Jamie is a staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, where she is part of the civil liberties team. Jamie focuses on the First and Fourth Amendment implications of new technologies. Jamie joined EFF in 2014 as a Frank Stanton Legal Fellow.More
Jasmine is a second-year student at the George Washington University Law School, where she is the Vice President of the CyberLaw Students Association and member of the Federal Communications Law Journal.
Jenna is a Senior Policy Counsel at Public Knowledge, where she focuses on broadband access and infrastructure and privacy.
Jeremy is a multidisciplinary technologist, researcher, policy analyst and doctoral student with a Computer Science and social science background.
Jérôme Nicolaï has served as Digital Economy Attaché at the Embassy of France to the United States since April 2021, where he is responsible for the economic department analysis on technology policy issues.
Jess Miers is a 2L Tech Edge J.D. candidate at Santa Clara University School of Law where she is currently a research assistant to her advisor and mentor, Professor Eric Goldman.
Jesse Blumenthal manages the Technology & Innovation work of the Charles Koch Institute, focusing on emerging technology issues, digital free speech, and industries ripe for innovation. More
Joe Mornin is a software engineer, IP lawyer, and legal tech entrepreneur. He is currently clerking at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
Jonathan Perez is an Assistant District Attorney in Kings County New York. He holds a leadership position at the New York City Bar on Internet law and technology, and as a founder of various diversity initiatives.
Joseph Jerome is a Policy Counsel for the Privacy & Data Project at the Center for Democracy & Technology. His work focuses on the legal and ethical questions posed by smart technologies and artificial intelligence, More
Joshua is the policy counsel and government affairs lead at New America’s Open Technology Institute, where he focuses on telecommunications law, competition policy, and defending net neutrality. More
Kacee Taylor is on the Privacy, Security and Compliance team at Everlaw, an e-discovery software company. Prior to this role, she worked in technology transactions and Internet policy, as well as Baker McKenzie’s Intellectual Property group in Vietnam.More
Kara Sutton is senior manager of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Center for Global Regulatory Cooperation, where she oversees the Chamber’s international high-tech and digital policy work, with an emphasis on global data privacy and data transfer policies and best practices.More
As Google’s Global Policy Lead for Law Enforcement and Government Access, Katelyn Ringrose works on all issues tied to data governance. Before her current position, Katelyn served as the Future of Privacy Forum’s Christopher Wolf Diversity Fellow — working on data privacy and security.
Katherine Bravo is a 3L, at the American University Washington College of Law, who is focused on technology, e-commerce, and data privacy. Her experiences have involved mobile advertising, privacy and data security, finance issues involving identity, intellectual property, and the First Amendment on the internet.
Katherine Wang is interested in privacy, surveillance and emerging technologies. She is a J.D. Candidate at UC Berkeley School of Law, where she leads Privacy Law at Berkeley and serves on the executive board of Berkeley Technology Law Journal, Coalition of Minorities in Technology Law, and Asian Pacific American Law Students Association.
Kathleen Burke is a 3L at Case Western Reserve University Law School, where she is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Law, Technology, and the Internet.
Keir is Policy Counsel at the Computer & Communications Industry Association where he focuses on privacy, security, and emerging technology. Prior to joining CCIA, he managed the Program on Data and Governance at an Ohio State University.
Kelly is an associate at Mayer Brown in Washington, D.C. where he is a member of the firm’s Financial Services Regulatory & Enforcement practice with a focus on fintech.
Kelsey is a Legal Fellow at ZwillGen, PLLC, where she works on privacy and technology related matters, including representing clients in litigation, responding to FTC and state Attorneys General investigations, More
Kendra is a clinical instructional fellow at the Cyberlaw Clinic at Harvard Law School, where they teach students how to practice law by working with pro bono clients. Previously, they were an associate at Zeitgeist Law PC, a boutique technology law firm in San Francisco, More
Most recently, Kerry worked as a consulting policy strategist with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, focusing on intellectual property and net neutrality. Prior to her work with EFF, Kerry was a policy fellow at Public Knowledge in Washington, D.C., working primarily on copyright, patent, and free expression issues. More
Kira Hessekiel is a 2021 J.D. candidate at Harvard Law School. At Harvard, she is currently Communications Editor for the Journal on Law and Technology and a Teaching Fellow for Professors Michael Sandel and Douglas Melton’s “Tech Ethics” course.
Kristian Stout is the Associate Director for Innovation Policy at the International Center for Law and Economics (ICLE) and a contributor to TheHill.com. More
Lauren Harriman, Esq., CIPP/US, is currently seeking a full-time position in Technology Policy. She earned her Juris Doctor with a certificate in Intellectual Property and Technology Law from University of San Francisco School of Law and earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Engineering Physics with a focus in Electronics from Santa Clara University.
Lauren Smith is Policy Counsel at the Future of Privacy Forum, where she focuses on big data and the internet of things as related to connected cars, data ethics, algorithmic decision-making, and drones. More
Laurin B. Weissinger is the Cybersecurity Fellow at the Center for Global Legal Challenges and a Lecturer in Law at Yale Law School.
Leah Farrar is an attorney and public relations professional. Her work focuses on the intersection of technology, culture, and identity in law and society. In her spare time she enjoys training in circus acrobatics and writing science fiction.
Lena Ghamrawi is a Policy Counsel at The Future of Privacy Forum, where she focuses on privacy law and emerging technologies. Lena was previously a consultant for Booz Allen and Aleada, where she developed privacy programs for commercial clients and federal agencies.
Liz Woolery is a Senior Policy Analyst at New America’s Open Technology Institute, where her work focuses on transparency, privacy, and free expression issues relating to the internet and emerging technologies.More
Luisa is a Brazilian professional with a legal and corporate background based in Washington, D.C. She holds experience in creating and implementing data privacy programs that enable innovation while navigating data risks with pragmatic solutions.
Lyndsey Wajert is a legal fellow with the Technology and Press Freedom Project at the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press. Her work focuses on technology, privacy, and the First Amendment.
Maitreya Shah is a lawyer with blindness based in India. He is a
Legislative Assistant to Member of Parliament Fellow in PRS India’s
Matt Furlow is currently Policy Director at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Technology Engagement Center (C_TEC). He leads the portfolio on emerging technology issues, focusing on innovative transportation technologies, semiconductors and communications and Internet policy.
Matt works in government affairs and policy communications at Tusk Strategies, a part-political strategy and part-venture capital firm based in New York City.
Matthew Ogbeifun manages policy stakeholder engagement for a Big Tech company, where he focuses on bringing together diverse perspectives to shape content and product policy development through structured and sustained engagement.
Meghan Fenzel is an associate at Fenwick & West LLP where she focuses on litigation, appeals, and counseling related to intellectual property, privacy, and media law.
Mike Borgia is an associate at the Washington, DC office of the law firm Jenner & Block, where he focuses on data privacy and cybersecurity, consumer protection, and financial services, among other areas.More
Michael Kubayanda, who is currently based in Washington, is a board member and privacy advisor to access.mobile, a health IT startup with headquarters in Colorado and operations in East Africa. The company is a pioneer in theMore
Michael Lambert is an attorney and author committed to preserving and progressing civil liberties on and offline. He currently serves as the Media/First Amendment Law Clerk for the NBCUniversal News Group in New York City. More
Michal Totchani graduated from Stanford Law School’s Program in International Legal Studies (SPILS). She focuses on emerging technologies and tech policy issues, including privacy, content moderation, security, public deployment of AI, competition regulation and intellectual property.
Miranda Bogen serves as Policy Manager for AI/ML at Facebook, leading work at the intersection of policy and AI fairness. Prior to joining Facebook, Miranda was Senior Policy Analyst at Upturn in Washington, DC and was co-chair of the Fairness, Transparency, and Accountability Working Group at the Partnership on AI.
Morgan N. Weiland is the Executive Director of the Constitutional Law Center at Stanford Law School, where she received her JD in 2015. She is in the process of completing the first joint degree program between SLS and Stanford’s Communication Department, where she is a PhD candidate.
Muira McCammon is a freelance journalist and war crimes researcher. Her writings focus on the intersection of digital culture, Guantánamo, information policy, including the U.S. laws governing the deletion and disappearance of federal records and archives. More
Nafia Chowdhury is a recent Stanford graduate from Bangladesh. She completed her B.A. in Economics and M.A. in cybersecurity policy. Nafia first fell in love with cybersecurity from her computer science course in cryptography two years ago.
Natalie recently graduated with an LL.M in Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship from Cornell Tech. She previously interned at Privacy International, and is currently an intern at New America Foundation.
Natalie Nicol is Legal Counsel for DITA Eyewear, a luxury eyewear brand headquartered in Southern California. She advises the company on a range of legal issues, including those related to e-commerce, digital marketing, brand protection, and privacy. More
Nathan Reitinger is a computer science PhD candidate at the University of Maryland. Nathan‘s research combines the worlds of computer science and law, with particular attention paid to privacy and security, public policy, and networking.
Nicole Shanahan is the founder and CEO of ClearAccessIP an integrated patent management technology. She currently serves as the resident Fellow at CodeX, The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics at Stanford Law School and Computer Science. More
Nikki Bourassa is a program and policy officer at the Global Network Initiative. She focuses on expanding the diversity of GNI’s membership and developing GNI’s global policy work on issues including intermediary liability, jurisdiction assertions and limits, network disruptions, and surveillance.
Nina Archie is a Master’s in Public Policy and Law Candidate at George Mason University Schar School of Policy and Government as well as the George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School.
Nomi Conway is a 3L at Berkeley Law, where she is a graduate fellow at the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity (CLTC) and an alumna of the Samuelson Law, Tech & Public Policy Clinic.
Patrick Kyhos is an information security and privacy attorney. His work focuses on transparency, data security, privacy, and national security.
Pinal Shah is a California licensed attorney who just recently left the ranks of the Obama Administration. She is presently a consultant to the Federal government, where she finds early-stage startups in Silicon Valley More
Rachael is Policy Counsel at the Computer & Communications Industry Association where she works on digital trade policy. Prior to joining CCIA, she worked as Policy Manager at the Washington office of the Trans-Atlantic Business Council.
Rachel Wolbers the Policy Director at Engine. Previously, Rachel worked as a Legislative Director at TwinLogic Strategies, a bi-partisan, all female, tech-lobbying shop. Her issue areas include patents, copyright, telecom and technology policy.More
Randy is an attorney, published author, tech-aficionado and current candidate for New York City Council from the Bronx. Randy is an alum of the Google Policy fellowship, Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute law fellowship and the Obama Administration. More
Rhianon Anderson is passionate about the tech community, and especially about the policy arenas surrounding diversity, STEM education, talent retention, and pipeline issues.More
Ronak Shah is an Assistant Attorney General at the Illinois Attorney General’s office. He works in the Privacy Unit within the Consumer Fraud Bureau, where he helps investigate and litigate privacy and data security issues affecting Illinois consumers.
Ross Slutsky is an associate in the Washington, DC office of Kelley Drye & Warren, where he focuses on communications law, privacy law, data security, and emerging technologies. He previously interned at the Federal Communications Commission, Center for Democracy & Technology, and Voice of America. More
Sarah Jeong is a journalist who was trained as a lawyer. She writes about technology, policy, and law, with bylines at The Verge, Forbes, The Guardian, Slate, and WIRED. She graduated from Harvard Law School in 2014. More
Sasha Moss is technology policy manager with the R Street Institute, handling the intellectual property, open data and digital free-speech portfolios of R Street’s technology policy program. More
Scott Johnson is a Professional Staff Member on the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations, where he advises on national security and tech policy. More
Sean Chen is the former Legal Fellow at the Wikimedia Foundation (Class of 2019 Fall and 2020 Spring, Summer Terms) after receiving his LL.M. degree from New York University School of Law in 2019, where his studies focused on Competition, Innovation, and Information Law. Prior to his graduate study at NYU Law, he obtained his first law degree from the Institute of Law for Science and Technology, National Tsing Hua University (Taiwan).
In 2012, Shoaib Rizvi founded I Am An Entrepreneur (IAE), a non-profit that advances Pakistani women’s economic participation, for which he received the United Nations Youth Assembly Award.
Smita is a Product Counsel at Apple where she advises cross-functional teams on worldwide regulatory, compliance, and legal issues related to new and existing products. Prior to Apple, Smita worked at two international law firms in the San Francisco bay area. At these firms, her practice was focused on technology transactions.
Spandana Singh is a Policy Analyst at New America’s Open Technology Institute where she works on platform accountability, content moderation, and artificial intelligence issues.
Stefan Ducich is a privacy attorney licensed in New York and Washington, D.C.; he is a 2017 graduate of American University Washington College of Law (cum laude).
Stephen currently serves as Regulatory Counsel for the Consumer Bankers Association where he specializes in new and developing financial technologies, and the various affects government regulations have on the American consumer. More
Suchismita Pahi is a data security and privacy attorney with a passion for the Constitution and technology. After a brief stint in health IT, Suchi decided to work on the policy side of tech roll outs. She helps people and companies integrate data More
Svetlana is a legal consultant at the World Bank. Her experience includes working at a legal tech startup and serving as a fellow in the Office of Intellectual Property and Innovation at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative. More
Tatevik Sargsyan is a recent graduate of the doctoral program at American University’s School of Communication (SOC) focusing on Internet governance. She currently serves as an Adjunct Faculty Member at SOC.More
Tawanna Lee is a third-year student at the George Washington University Law School where she serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Federal Communications Law Journal and is publishing an article on the antitrust scrutiny facing Silicon Valley.
Teri Karobonik is a member of the Product Counsel team at Twitter, where she supports a wide variety of products including Twitter’s video products. She is @TeriKarobonik on Twitter. More
Terry Colberg is a recent graduate of the American University Washington College of Law, where he focused on communications law. He currently works on the Space Law desk at Zuckert Scoutt & Rasenberger LLP.More
Tiffany C. Li is an attorney and Resident Fellow at Yale Law School’s Information Society Project. She is an expert on privacy, intellectual property, and law and policy at the forefront of new technological innovations. More
Tom Struble is Technology Policy Manager at R Street Institute. Prior to joining R Street Institute, Tom worked at TechFreedom, the Competitive Carriers Association, the Mobility Division of the FCC’s Wireless Telecommunications Bureau,More
Travis Moore is the founder and director of TechCongress, incubated at the Open Technology Institute at New America. TechCongress is building 21st century government with technology talent through its one year Congressional Innovation Fellowship.More
Trevor Mead is a legal consultant, privacy professional, and artist from the San Francisco bay area. He holds a J.D. from Santa Clara University, and his “giant origami” exhibitions have been featured across the country.More
Veronica is an information privacy professional with experience evaluating privacy impact assessments, developing role-specific educational materials, and providing guidance on privacy policies and international privacy laws to technology-based start-ups.More
Victoria is a soon-to-be graduate of American University Washington College of Law who has focused on copyright and fair use. Her fascination with copyright is maintained by interests in Internet subcultures, consumer norms, nonprofits, and educational/memory institutions.More
Tyler is an attorney in Portland, OR, working in trademark, copyright, and contract law, false advertising, and unfair competition. He also works as a Legal Engineer for Contract Standards, a contracts analytics and assembly company, where he focuses on M&A agreements, and licensing agreements, and other corporate and commercial agreements.More
Wendy Knox Everette spent her first 18 years in New Jersey where she grew to appreciate a good slice of pizza. After college she worked as a software developer at some dotcoms named after large rivers and big numbers. More