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Raheel Khursheed

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Raheel Khursheed' Bio
Raheel Khursheed is a founder, technologist, and journalist whose work has spanned Twitter, Snapchat, CNN, and Change.org. Raheel is currently the co-founder of Laminar, a Next Gen No-Code video-streaming infrastructure platform. Prior to Laminar, Raheel founded Antrho.AI, which leveraged the expertise of anthropologists, mathematicians, and data scientists to build ethical, machine-based systems that mapped complex landscapes. Raheel also worked as Head of News, Politics, and Government for Twitter India from 2014-2018. While at Twitter he led the conception, development, and roll-out of multiple award-winning civic tech products.

Dr. Jasmine McNealy

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Dr. Jasmine McNealy' Bio
Dr. Jasmine McNealy is an Associate Professor of Telecommunication at the University of Florida, where she teaches courses on regulation. She researches media, technology, and law with an emphasis on privacy, surveillance and data governance. Jasmine is also the Associate Director of the Marion B. Brechner First Amendment Project at UF, and a Faculty Associate at Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society.

Kathy Pham

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Kathy Pham' Bio
Kathy Pham is a product leader, computer scientist, and founder whose work has spanned Mozilla, Google, IBM, Harris Healthcare, and the federal government. Kathy was a founding product and engineering member of the U.S. Digital Service at the White House. At the Harvard Kennedy School, Kathy created and teaches a course on Product Management and Society. Kathy is an affiliate at the Harvard Berkman Klein Center where she leads the Ethical Tech working group and a Fellow at the Shorenstein Center. At Mozilla, Kathy co-leads the Responsible Computer Science Challenge and is the co-founder of Mozilla’s Builders Fix-the-Internet Incubator.