Tatevik Sargsyan is a recent graduate of the doctoral program at American University’s School of Communication (SOC) focusing on Internet governance. She currently serves as an Adjunct Faculty Member at SOC.
Her work revolves around privacy, security, and free expression challenges posed by technological innovation. Previously, she served as a Google Policy Fellow at the Global Network Initiative and conducted policy analysis on data privacy and extremist content.
Tatevik has also been teaching courses on the social impact of information and communication technologies. In 2015, she was awarded a grant by American University to develop and teach a course on digital media culture.
Tatevik’s research has been featured in academic journals such as International Journal of Communication and Internet Policy Review.