I am a technology policy professional with expertise at the intersection of democracy, information privacy, and human-computer interaction. In my research, I apply philosophical perspectives to the study of online communication and develop frameworks that guide strategic technology policy recommendations. My work has been published in international academic conferences, has contributed to public policy decision making in the US and Greece, and has advised actions for startups and technology industry leaders.
I received my doctorate in Communication from Stanford University, where I was advised by Professor Fred Turner. In my dissertation, I investigated the democratic perspectives of digital media, psychology, and culture. While at Stanford, I was also a researcher at the Center for Internet and Society, Stanford Law School, where I worked with Dr. Jen King. My research has been supported by The Melville J. Jacoby Graduate Fellowship and The Ric Weiland Fellowship. I am also the recipient of The Centennial Teaching Assistant Award at Stanford.