Our modern world full of complex human-technology interaction requires new legal and policy perspectives on civil rights, civil liberties, security, and work. I am committed to fighting for our society to achieve a better balance of technological innovation with our laws and morals.
For now, I am an IEEE Legislative Fellow responsible for cybersecurity, privacy, surveillance, aerospace, and AI issues in a US Congressional office. I have been a PhD and postdoc in aerospace engineering at Georgia Tech’s Cognitive Engineering Center and someday soon I will be a lawyer and policymaker combining my technological, legal, and political skills to fight these battles.
I lead teams with big ideas, have a tendency to rally people behind causes, can play the part of coder and mathematician, run human-subject experiments, and will always fight for the voiceless.