Danielle Kehl

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 on a wide range of issues including encryption policy, net neutrality, NSA surveillance, internet governance, broadband competition, universal service, and U.S. export controls and sanctions. She also has a BA in history from Yale and spent a year teaching English in sub-Saharan Africa on a Fulbright grant. Mostly importantly, she is an avid traveler, crossword puzzler, and amateur baker.