Beatrice is a technology capacity builder and researcher.
She is the Education and Communities Lead for the Access Now Digital Security Helpline, a 24/7 real-time resource for civil society groups, activists, journalists and human rights defenders.
Previously, Beatrice led the Human Rights Technology program at the nonprofit Aspiration, driving collaborative initiatives with technology capacity builders, community organizers, lawyers, and researchers supporting human rights efforts globally.
Before that, she worked at the Open Knowledge Foundation and on several projects leveraging open source technology in support of justice and rights endeavors.
She is also a research fellow at the Stanford Digital Civil Society Lab and the Harvard Kennedy School, exploring the implications of Internet infrastructure design on human rights, and serves in a formal advisory role with the Center for the Cultivation of Technology and OpenArchive.
You can follow her on Twitter @beatricemartini.
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