Fellow Highlights: Curiosity and Collaboration with Dyllan Brown-Bramble [S4E30]

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Fellow Highlights: Curiosity and Collaboration with Dyllan Brown-Bramble [S4E30]

fellow highlights with Dyllan-Brown-Bramble (pictured)

This week Class 4 Fellow and Fellow Highlights series host Meri Baghdasaryan sits down with Dyllan Brown-Bramble, who is a Class 4 fellow and leads Foundry’s Annual Policy Hackathon Committee. Dyllan is an associate at a global law firm where he practices privacy and cybersecurity law. He also serves as a Junior Board Member for the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project (S.T.O.P.). Dyllan graduated from Georgetown University Law Center in 2018 where he was a Technology Law and Policy Scholar and before that he graduated from Rutgers University in 2014.

Meri and Dyllan chat about Dyllan’s path into privacy and cybersecurity, skills needed to be a successful lawyer in this field, and Dyllan’s activities at the Foundry. Dyllan highlights the importance of being curious, learning continuously and remembering that collaboration will take you further, than competition. 

Resources mentioned in the episode:

  • IAPP  Newsletter
  • TechCrunch
  • Fortune – Data Sheet and Eye On A.I.
  • Georgetown Center Privacy & Technology
  • Georgetown Law Institute for Technology Law & Policy
  • Bar Associates and Meetups

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DISCLAIMER: Dyllan Brown-Bramble and Meri Baghdasaryan engage with the Foundry voluntarily and in their personal capacities. The views and opinions expressed on air do not reflect on the organizations Dyllan and Meri are affiliated with.