Internet Law and Policy Foundry Announces its 2017 – 2019 Executive Board

The Internet Law and Policy Foundry (the Foundry) is proud to announce the executive board for its 2017 – 2019 fellowship class:

President: ***Selection Currently Awaiting Federal Agency Approval***

Vice President: Anuj Gupta

Treasurer: Kacee Taylor

Co-Secretaries: Angela Hooks and Victoria Gómez-Morgan

New York Regional Co-Chairs: Anuj Gupta, Fred Jennings, and Kristian Stout

San Francisco Regional Co-Chairs: Travis Moore and Trevor Mead

The executive team will provide structure and guidance for all Internet Law and Policy Foundry events and content development projects, with an emphasis on highlighting the work of current Fellows and fostering new ideas and collaboration between all members.

The Foundry is a collaborative collection of early-career professionals passionate about technology and disruptive innovation. Fellows — who were selected through a competitive process — are provided with a platform for professional development, constructive debate, and network-building within a cohort of skilled attorneys and policy analysts eager to help shape the development of internet law and policy. The Foundry is run by its fellows, who are responsible for putting together events and content of interest that cater to the technology, law, and public policy communities. The Foundry envisions a world in which the most important positions in Internet, communications, and technology law and policy are held by professionals who are truly passionate about the transformative power of the Internet and technology.

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About the Executive Board

Anuj Gupta
Anuj Gupta, Vice President and New York Regional Chair
Anuj Gupta is a lawyer at Mashable, a digital media company. He primarily focuses on copyright, trademark, and privacy legal issues. He is a 2013 graduate of the George Washington University Law School.
Kacee Taylor
Kacee Taylor, Treasurer
Kacee Taylor currently works on the technology transactions team at AppDynamics, an application intelligence software company. She holds a B.A. in Economics and Psychology from the University of Virginia, and will graduate from the University of San Francisco School of Law in May.
Angela Hooks
Angela Hooks, Co-Secretary
Angela Hooks is a public policy associate at Yelp, where she works on consumer free speech, small business advocacy, diversity, and competition issues. She is a 2014 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.
Victoria Gomez-Morgan
Victoria Gómez-Morgan, Co-Secretary
Victoria is a legal scholar at American University Washington College of Law, focused on copyright and fair use. She graduated with a double-bachelors from Florida Atlantic University in Political Science and Interdisciplinary Social Studies with a minor in Sociology.
Fred Jennings
Fred Jennings, New York Regional Chair
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, and heads the firm’s digital forensics department. Fred holds a J.D. from Fordham University School of Law and a B.A. in International Affairs from the George Washington University.
Kristian Stout
Kristian Stout, New York Regional Chair
Kristian Stout is the Associate Director for Innovation Policy at the International Center for Law and Economics (ICLE) and a contributor to He graduated magna cum laude from the Rutgers University School of Law, served on the editorial board of the Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy, and was awarded a Governor’s Executive Fellowship from the Eagleton Institute of Politics.
Travis Moore
Travis Moore, San Francisco Regional Chair
Travis Moore is the founder and director of TechCongress, incubated at the Open Technology Institute at New America. He holds a Master’s in Contemporary European Politics from the University of Bath (UK) and a BS in Marketing from Miami University.
Fred Jennings
Trevor Mead, San Francisco Regional Chair
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.
About the Internet Education Foundation

The Foundry is a platform formed to connect professional organizations, lawyers, and policy experts focused specifically on Internet law and policy. The Internet Education Foundation (IEF) created the framework for the Foundry and IEF continues to support many of its functions. For close to 20 years the Internet Education Foundation has been building the most prominent platforms for engagement. More about IEF can be found here.

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