A human who believes the web has yet to achieve its full potential. I strive to understand the social and political impacts of the web, and advocate for policies to ensure these are positive.
I'm an Affiliate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society (Harvard), a PhD student at the Annenberg School of Communication (USC), an associate at Justlabs, a member of the Tierra Común network of researchers, and a rower for the Non-Aligned Tech Movement.
Previously a Senior Policy Fellow at the Web Foundation and a Google Policy Fellow, I have also worked with several NGOs in Mexico and Argentina at the intersection between rights and ICTs.
I believe increasing government and corporate responsiveness to citizens is key to inclusive economic growth. I also believe equality and inclusion are necessary conditions for the long-term sustainability of societies.
I am passionate about the role ICTs can play in achieving more just social arrangements, and would point to curiosity as my defining trait.
I still think like a lawyer (DiTella), but have completed Masters in Public Policy (BSG-Oxford) and Social Science of the Internet (Oxford Internet Institute), through which I have acquired quantitative skills for policy evaluation.