Mana Azarmi is Policy Counsel for the Center for Democracy & Technology’s Freedom, Security & Technology Project where she works to secure individual privacy against unwarranted government intrusion in the digital age. With expertise in the Fourth Amendment and other constitutional protections she seeks to advance privacy rights for those who are subject to governmental surveillance, including in criminal, intelligence, and administrative contexts by engaging Congress and Executive Agencies, technology companies and the courts.
During law school Mana worked on projects related to fully autonomous weapons and IMSI-catchers with the International Human Rights Clinic, and on asylum cases, and immigration policy and litigation with the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic and Crimmigration Clinic. Mana received bachelor’s degrees in both International Relations and Political Science from UC Davis and her J.D. from Harvard Law School.