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Gretchen Weber

Gretchen was the Berkman Klein Center's former Communications Manager. Before joining the center, she was at Google, leading a content strategy team focused on product development and user experience.

Prior to Google, Gretchen was a journalist at KQED, the NPR affiliate in San Francisco, filing radio reports on the environment and contributing stories to Climate Watch, a multimedia project covering climate change issues in California. She's worked in corporate sustainability at Hewlett-Packard, taught high school history and AP Human Geography, and produced a series of successful grant proposals for a variety of public media initiatives. Gretchen's also spent time outdoors, leading wilderness expeditions as an adventure travel guide and Outward Bound instructor. She holds a B.A. in Anthropology from Yale and a M.A. in Journalism from NYU.


May 17, 2018

20 years of the Laws of Cyberspace

Berkman Klein event celebrates how Lawrence Lessig's groundbreaking paper provided structure to the Center's field of study

It’s been two decades since Harvard Law School Professor Lawrence Lessig published “The Laws Of Cyberspace."

Dec 1, 2017

When a Bot is the Judge

What happens when our criminal justice system uses algorithms to help judges determine bail, sentencing, and parole?