I'm a PhD researcher based in Berlin and London - my doctoral project focuses on how policymakers and innovators can build a common knowledge base to develop tech policy frameworks reflective of societal values.
I am a researcher at the Technical University Berlin and a PhD candidate at University College London’s Department for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Public Policy (STEaPP). My background is in Public Policy, I hold a Master of Public Policy degree from the University of California, Berkeley.
My doctoral project in the area of legislative science advice seeks to explain how innovators and legislators engage and exchange the knowledge necessary to align innovation with societal needs and values.
Previously, I have worked on policy strategies around inclusive AI - in particular, in facial recognition and digital ID systems - implications of algorithmic bias, and sustainable innovation in the private sector (as a student consultant for Google).
I have held research positions at University of California, Berkeley's CITRIS Policy Lab, the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, and University of California, San Diego and gained practical policy experience at a U.S. Senator's office and the European Parliament.
Reports & Blogs
On technology governance