PhD student at MIT, studying how data stewardship and analysis can impact community governance.
Right now, I'm focused on how algorithmic management is changing the reality of work, how data stewardship and participatory design can help create alternate working futures, and on the data rights of platform workers.
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I am on the job market! I'm looking for research-oriented faculty positions, non-profit posts or fellowships, post-docs, and any other opportunity where I can continue my work, particularly within the labor movement. If you know of something that might fit the bill, please contact me.
Data Rights as Labor Rights
While workplaces are increasingly quantified and surveilled, normative and legal notions of data privacy conflict with property, trade secret, and IP law in ways that limit worker data access.
Data Tools For Workers
In a working reality that is increasingly algorithmically managed, workers, researchers, and advocates need tools to manage data and develop alternate algorithmic futures.
Corporate Surveillance of the Commons
Amazon Ring is the US's fastest-growing private surveillance network. Where is it, how do people use it, and what should we do about it?
Urban Segregation and Mobility Behavior
Economic and racial Segregation are structural and emergent phenomena, created by institutional processes and individual behavior alike. How can we measure and change the segregation in cities across the globe?