Ifeoma Ajunwa recently received her Ph.D. in Sociology (Organizational Theory/Law & Society emphasis) at Columbia University where she wrote her dissertation on the reentry of the formerly incarcerated. She also holds a Juris Doctor and is a law professor at the University of the District of Columbia School of Law. While at the Berkman Klein Center, she will work on her forthcoming book with Cambridge University Press, "The Quantified Worker," among other projects related to privacy and antidiscrimination. Her Articles have been published or are forthcoming in top law reviews including, The California Law Review, The Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, the Fordham Law Review, among others. And in social science and business journals such as the Journal
of Law, Medicine, and Ethics and the Harvard Business Review. She is a nationally-recognized expert on health and privacy law, and her commentary on health and privacy issues have been featured in the NYTimes, Bloomberg News, CNN, and Nature Biotechnology, among other media outlets. For more information, please visit her personal website: ifeomaajunwa.com. You can follow her on twitter: @iajunwa.