Miranda Bogen is an Associate at Upturn in Washington, DC. She holds a Masters at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy where she focused on international technology policy issues including privacy, data sovereignty, cybersecurity, human rights, and digital humanitarian initiatives. The 2015 Google Policy Fellow at the Internet Education Foundation, Miranda has also conducted research on the effect of media coverage of technology companies’ policy decisions as part of a joint project of Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society and the MIT Center for Civic Media.
Miranda founded [email protected], the first official technology-focused student group at The Fletcher School and has consulted for technology companies on international regulatory environment and risk. Prior to beginning graduate studies, she served as the Director of Communications for an initiative of the government of Israel where she advised national and municipal government offices, nonprofits, and universities on digital communications strategy.
Miranda graduated summa cum laude from UCLA with a BA in Political Science and Middle Eastern & North African Studies.