Hilary Ross is an affiliate at the Berkman Klein Center.
Hilary is professionally interested in content moderation, transparency, information quality, disinformation, and the future of news. She’s also particularly interested in work that bridges practitioner and research communities.
Most recently, she previously worked on staff at the Berkman Klein Center, where she managed multiple programs, including Assembly and the Institute for Rebooting Social Media. Additionally, she taught as a Fulbright Fellow in Vietnam, was a State of the Net Fellow at the Internet Education Foundation, and was a Tech Policy Accelerator Fellow with the Day One Project, an initiative of the Federation for American Scientists. She loves combining her experience and interest in tech policy, program management, research, and education.
Hilary holds an MA from the Fletcher School at Tufts University, where she specialized in technology policy and international communication.