After working at an education technology startup in California, I earned my masters degree in Human Rights at Sciences Po. I then became Project Manager at a French think tank. Since last fall, I am the Policy Coordinator at the EU DisinfoLab, a Brussels-based NGO specialised in open source investigations and monitoring dis/misinformation in the EU. I have worked as a technology expert consultant for Internews and as an expert consultant for the European Commission Joint Research Center.
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Policy Officer at EU DisinfoLab
October 2019 - Present • Brussels, BelgiumI lead policy at the EU DisinfoLab, a Brussels-based NGO specialised in open source investigations and monitoring dis/misinformation in the EU. I authored our consultation responses, position papers, and campaign letters related to the Digital Services Act and also lead our work in the area of cybersecurity (NIS 2 Directive and the Domain Name System). I coordinate our community of practice - a wide network of researchers, civil society organisations, technologists and engineers - and I am in constant dialogue with key tech policy stakeholders in the private sector, national governments and regulators, and the European Institutions (the Commission, the Parliament, the Council, and the European External Action Service). I designed the programme of our 2021 Annual Conference, an event attended by European Diplomats, Members of Parliament, platform representatives, leading academics, and the Vice President of the European Commission for Values and Transparency Vera Jourova.
Sciences Po School of International Affairs
Master's in Human Rights