Senior Policy Analyst, Immersive Technologies
Future of Privacy Forum
I’m an interdisciplinary thinker interested in the social, political, and economic implications of emerging technology. Currently, I lead FPF’s emerging work on questions of privacy and data protection related to immersive technologies like virtual reality (VR), immersive gaming platforms, and brain-computer interfaces (BCIs).
Previously, I was an Associate with the Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law, working on research and advocacy at the intersection of privacy/surveillance law and civil rights. My work focused on algorithmic technologies in the criminal legal system and surveillance in the workplace. I’m a graduate from Georgetown University’s Communication, Culture & Technology master’s program, where I studied the ethics and policy of emerging technologies, particularly information and communications technologies.