Nora McDonald is a Post-doctoral researcher at UMBC with a PhD in Information Science from Drexel University. Her work focuses on privacy for vulnerable populations and, more broadly, on social justice and technology design

Karla Badillo-Urquiola is a 4th-year PhD student and McKnight Doctoral Fellow in Modeling and Simulation at the University of Central Florida. She leverages her interdisciplinary background to investigate online safety and privacy for teens in the foster care system.

Morgan Ames is an Assistant Adjunct Professor in the School of Information at the University of California, Berkeley. Her book The Charisma Machine: The Life, Death, and Legacy of One Laptop per Child (MIT Press, 2019) explores the cultural history, results, and legacy of the OLPC project.

Nicola Dell is an Assistant Professor at Cornell Tech and the Jacobs Technion Cornell Institute. She focuses on designing, building, and evaluating novel computing systems that improve the lives of underserved populations in the US and around the world.

Liz Keneski directs privacy research at Facebook where she is focused on offline and online privacy experiences and user mental models. She has a PhD in Social Psychology from The University of Texas Austin.

Manya Sleeper is a user experience researcher at Google focused on usable security and privacy. She has a PhD in Societal Computing from Carnegie Mellon University.

Pamela Wisniewski is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Central Florida. Her research expertise is situated at the juxtaposition of Social Computing and Privacy with an emphasis on adolescent online safety.

Program Committee

  • Louise Barkuus
  • Foad Hamidi
  • Oliver Haimson
  • Roberto Hoyle
  • Jen King
  • Lorraine Kisselburgh
  • Priya Kumar
  • Airi Lampinen
  • Damon McCoy
  • Helena Mentis
  • Vivian Motti
  • Xinru Page
  • Chanda Phelan
  • Afsaneh Razi
  • Shruti Sannon
  • Florian Schaub
  • Luke Stark
  • Yang Wang
  • Yaxing Yao
  • Michael Zimmer