Andrew Crawford is a Senior Counsel with CDT’s Data and Privacy Project. In addition to advocating for comprehensive federal privacy legislation, Andrew’s work focuses on the intersection of technology, health data, and privacy. He led the development of CDT’s Consumer Privacy Framework for Health Data along with the associated paper that identifies and suggests ways that privacy protections can benefit everyone, including underrepresented and overlooked communities harmed by current health data practices.
Prior to joining CDT, Andrew was Counsel to U.S. Senator Chris Coons (D-DE). In this role, Andrew primarily focused on Judiciary Committee matters, including, privacy, technology, law enforcement, nominations, immigration, and telecommunications. Before his time on the Hill, Andrew worked in the Office of International Affairs within the U.S. Justice Department where he assisted with criminal extraditions and international evidence sharing. Andrew holds a B.A. from New York University and a J.D. from Villanova University.