Alexandra Wood

Alexandra Wood is a Berkman Center fellow contributing to the Privacy Tools for Sharing Research Data project. Her research involves exploring new and existing legal and regulatory frameworks for data privacy and developing legal instruments to facilitate the sharing and use of research data while preserving privacy, transparency, and accountability.

Previously, Alexandra served as a legal fellow assisting with the technology, telecommunications, and intellectual property portfolio of U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer. As a law student, she worked with the Center for Democracy & Technology and the Electronic Privacy Information Center on privacy projects addressing emerging electronic surveillance, facial recognition, and mobile payments technologies. She was also a 2010 Google Policy Fellow with the Future of Music Coalition.

Alexandra holds a law degree from George Washington University Law School, a master's degree in public policy from the University of Southern California, and a bachelor's degree in economics from Reed College. When not in Cambridge, she plays drums for a retro soul and rock 'n roll band in Washington, DC.

Last updated

April 26, 2017