Victoria Borneman got her start as an energizing dynamo during Summer 2018. She joins us from Georgetown University and the Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador, where she studied Government, Computer Science, and Spanish.
Victoria has worked in communications in many contexts — as a reporter for the Georgetown Voice; as a communications fellow for the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington D.C where she covered the first year of the Trump administration; and as an investigative multimedia producer on a number of topics ranging from criminal and social justice, human rights and environmental sustainability, to artificial intelligence and machine learning. In Ecuador, Victoria lived in the Amazon jungle and the Galapagos Islands, where she studied impacts of globalization and resource extraction on rainforest biodiversity and indigenous life.
In her capacity with Communications she works on digital media production, platform wide promotion and outreach, and the broader creative thinking and executing to help bring BKC's research and work to the world. Victoria is also Research Associate to BKC Founder and Faculty Director, Charles Nesson.
Victoria can be found in the Berkman Klein Center Comms Cave, Geek Cave, in Griswold Hall, or at home with her identical twin sister.