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Michelle Ullman

Michelle is a graduate of the University of Chicago and a second-year law student and Hazelton Fellow at the University of Washington School of Law. She is interested in issues at the intersection of law and technology — particularly data privacy and cybersecurity.

Miki Kusunose

Miki is an economics undergraduate assisting with research at the Tech Policy Lab. He is specifically interested in competition law and policy regarding digital and technology markets and hopes to study how policy and law should evolve in today’s digitizing economy.

Max Del Real

Max attended Stanford University where he received a BS and MS in Management Science and Engineering with a focus in Operations Research. After graduating, heworked at a couple of startups in Los Angeles before returning to the Bay Area to do business development at Facebook in 2014. In 2016, he transferred to the regional product […]

Vannary Sou

Vannary is an undergraduate student at the UW Information School. She is interested in data ethics, inclusive tech policy and improving accessibility to technology within marginalized communities.

Nathan Lee

Nathan is an undergraduate student at UW Information school. He studies software engineering and is interested in exploring how to leverage blockchain to track people’s data ownership and transparently record and distribute royalties each time the data is accessed or used.

Jenna Lee

Jenna Lee (they/them) is a second-year law student and Hazelton Fellow at the University of Washington School of Law. They are passionate about data privacy and cybersecurity and are currently exploring their interests in intellectual property through their coursework.

Rachel Hong

Rachel Hong is a Ph.D. student in the Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering and a member of the Security and Privacy Lab, the Washington AI Lab, and the Tech Policy Lab. She studies bias in machine learning and is interested in bridging theoretical and empirical work in the field of algorithmic fairness.

Rachel McAmis

Rachel is a PhD student in the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering and a member of the Security and Privacy lab and the Tech Policy Lab. Her research is generally in the area of security and privacy of emerging technologies. Recently, she published work about private information leakages in online real […]

Inyoung Cheong

Inyoung Cheong is a Ph.D. Candidate at the UW School of Law and a member of the Security and Privacy Lab at the UW Computer Science & Engineering and the Tech Policy Lab. Her research focuses on private and public regulation of free speech and privacy in the context of social media industries and algorithmic […]

Kentrell Owens

Kentrell Owens is a PhD student in the Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering and a member of the Security and Privacy Research Lab. He is specifically interested in the computer security and privacy needs of underserved communities. He has recently published work on web authentication, the surveillance of the communication of incarcerated people […]