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CDT Welcomes New Advisory Council Members for 2022-23

(WASHINGTON) The Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) is thrilled to welcome a distinguished new class of members to our Advisory Council. This year’s cohort is composed of talented individuals from a wide variety of organizations and backgrounds, bringing fresh insights to CDT’s advocacy efforts.

“It’s an honor for CDT to convene such accomplished leaders from so many sectors who play a pivotal role in shaping how technology affects society today,” said Alexandra Givens, President and CEO.

The Advisory Council meets several times a year and operates separately from CDT’s Board of Directors. Damara Catlett of Full Color Future and Joseph Lorenzo Hall of the Internet Society are serving as co-chairs for 2022-23. The new members include:

  • Masheika Allgood, AllAI
  • Afua Bruce, DataKind
  • Cathy Feingold, AFL-CIO
  • Christina Fitzpatrick, AARP
  • Megan Gray, GrayMatters Law & Policy
  • Ambassador Robert Holleyman, Crowell & Moring International
  • Roscoe Jones, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher
  • Katherine Maher, Wikimedia Foundation
  • David Quinalty, Waymo

Returning members are:

  • Debo Adegbile, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP
  • John Bailey, Walton Family Foundation
  • Jesse Blumenthal, Apple
  • Ryan Calo, University of Washington
  • Damara Catlett, Raben Group
  • Henry Claypool
  • Susan Crawford, Harvard Law School
  • Lauren Culbertson, Twitter
  • Erin Egan, Meta
  • Donna Epps, Verizon
  • Lara Flint, Democracy Fund
  • Camille Francois, Niantic
  • Joseph Lorenzo Hall, Internet Society | ISOC
  • Dominique Harrison
  • Brian Huseman, Amazon
  • Jameel Jaffer, Knight First Amendment Institute
  • Jeff Joseph, Software & Information Industry Association
  • Daphne Keller, Stanford Center for Internet and Society
  • Cornelia Kutterer, Microsoft
  • Susan Landau, Tufts University
  • Deven McGraw, Ciitizen
  • Terrell McSweeny, Covington & Burling LLP
  • Joseph Miller, WashingTECH
  • Yeshimabeit Milner, Data for Black Lives
  • John Morris, Brookings Institution
  • Laura Moy, Georgetown University
  • Nuala O’Connor, WalMart
  • Lydia Parnes, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
  • Michael Petricon, Consumer Technology Association
  • Sanford Reback, Twilio
  • Jessica Rich, Georgetown University Law Center
  • Hina Shamsi, American Civil Liberties Union
  • Uttara Sivaram, Uber
  • Alissa Starzak, Cloudflare
  • Nabiha Syed, The Markup
  • Shane Tews, American Enterprise Institute
  • Kimberly Tignor, Institute for Intellectual Property and Social Justice
  • Vinay Trivedi, General Atlantic
  • Miriam Vogel, EqualAI
  • Richard Whitt, GLIA Foundation
  • Corrine Yu, Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights
  • Denise Zheng, Accenture
  • Ethan Zuckerman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

More information about CDT’s Advisory Council can be found here.

The Center for Democracy & Technology is a 25-year old 501(c)(3) working to promote civil rights and civil liberties in the digital age. Based in Washington, D.C. and Brussels, Belgium, CDT works inclusively across sectors to find tangible solutions to today’s most pressing technology policy challenges. Our team of experts includes lawyers, technologists, academics, and analysts, bringing diverse perspectives to all of our efforts.