I lead the Standards and Ethics work at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative’s Signal Program on Human Security and Technology. This work focuses on the standards and ethics governing the use of data and technology in the humanitarian sector, as well as the impact of technology on crises and humanitarianism. Previously, I worked in the life sciences, building multi-stakeholder research consortiums using real-world evidence to study drug safety and consulting on the governance of sensitive data and the integration of new technologies into the industry.
Masters of Public and International Affairs—Human Security, 2011
University of Pittsburgh-Graduate School of Public and International Affairs
Bachelor of Arts, History, 2000
University at Albany, SUNY