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Erin Judge

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Archived Biography: Erin Judge began work at the Berkman Center in the summer of 2003. Her roles include faculty assistant to Professors Nesson and Zittrain, as well as work directly for the Berkman Center, primarily related to events. Recently, she managed planning along with Gartner for the Digital Media in Cyberspace conference and provided support for BloggerCon.

Erin graduated from Wellesley College in 2002 with a degree in American Studies, concentrating in Women's Studies. During her college years, she interned at the Boston Phoenix and the Dallas Observer in music journalism, with a focus on digital music and the recording industry. She was also a research assistant for Professor Susan Reverby, and wrote her honors thesis on sexuality education in American high schools.

While not at the Berkman Center, Erin can be found performing standup comedy at various clubs in the area. Also, she enjoys ultimate frisbee, hip hop in the morning, and making people laugh - not just from the stage.