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.
Michal was also a member of the 2019 “Ignite” program at Stanford Graduate School of Business, a Full-time Business, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship program.
Additionally, she is an intellectual property litigator, formerly served in the Israeli government and was a combat intelligence and engineering company commander in the Israeli Defense Forces.
Michal is passionate about business, technology and innovation and their intersection with society, policy, law, ethics, morals, and human rights. She holds a master’s in human rights and a joint degree in law, communication, and journalism.