Hilary Ross is the senior program manager for the Assembly: Disinformation program and the Digital Pandemic Response policy practice.
For Assembly: Disinformation, she manages the Assembly Fellowship and Assembly Student Fellowship recruitment and selection, develops programming, and leads program partnerships. As program manager for the Digital Pandemic Response, she collaborates with partner organizations, engages the practice’s expert working group, and develops educational materials related to the use of technology to help mitigate the pandemic.
Hilary holds an MA from the Fletcher School at Tufts University, where she focused on technology policy and international communication. Her master’s research analyzed potential communications regulatory models to limit the spread of false news on digital platforms.
Prior to joining the Berkman Klein Center, Hilary worked in communications at a think tank in DC, managed a program at a non-profit in Boston, taught as a Fulbright Fellow in Vietnam, and was a 2017 State of the Net Fellow. She loves combining her experience and interest in tech policy, program management, and education.