Director of Strategy
Alexandrine leads Privacy International’s strategic programme which is centralised around building a global privacy movement and involves working with and equipping advocates worldwide to engage on fighting for the right to privacy. She is responsible for the overall delivery of the strategic
Antonella leads PI's work on migration and contributes to policy development on border surveillance and social media intelligence, working with partner organisations around the world. Before joining PI, she was Communications Manager at CILD, the Italian Coalition for Civil Liberties and Rights
Monitoring & Evaluation and Learning Officer
Artiom is in charge of the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning component of PI’s work. He is responsible for development and implementation of PI's monitoring evaluation and learning strategy, contributes to improving of effectiveness of the programmes, helps to build organisation's and partners’
Caitlin is a Campaigns Officer at Privacy International. She works to develop our public campaigning and with our international partners. Caitlin is also responsible for our volunteer programme.
Camilla is a Legal Officer with Privacy International and is responsible for our legal research and litigation on data surveillance and data protection. She leads our work at the intersection of technology, data exploitation, and the law. She was admitted as a Solicitor in England and Wales in
Legal Director and General Counsel
Caroline is Privacy International’s Legal Director and General Counsel. She leads the legal advocacy at PI and counsels PI’s programmes on legal strategy and risk. Caroline is a US-qualified lawyer who previously specialised in privacy and intellectual property litigation at a prominent US law firm
Chris is responsible for our technical research on corporate exploitation, and leads our work on data exploitation in networks and infrastructure. He works within all facets of the organistation he helps to develop and maintain technological solutions to help us engage with the public and meet its
Ilia focuses on our research, advocacy and litigation on surveillance and technology. She leads our project challenging mass surveillance to protect civic spaces. Under the Defending Democracy and Dissent program, she is further involved on the data and elections research. As a human rights expert
Ksenia leads PI’s programme focusing on police surveillance technologies, data exploitation and the law. She is also responsible for legal research and litigation on surveillance and data protection. Prior to joining PI, Ksenia taught law at Queen Mary, University of London and Royal Holloway
Senior Research Officer
Tom is a Research Officer with Privacy International and is responsible for research and dissemination in the Global South. He leads our research on fintech and identity. He has a PhD in African Studies from the University of Edinburgh, exploring ethnicity and politics in East Africa. He has a MSc
Ed is a Senior Technologist at Privacy International. He is responsible for our technical security and research, and leads the development of our security framework and tech engagement with our International Network.
Edin is Advocacy Director. His interests include the security industry, surveillance technology, migration, biometrics, state hacking, border controls, sanctions and export controls, intelligence agencies, telecommunications operators, and security aid. He was previously a researcher at the
Eliot is responsible for our technical research on data exploitation and leads our work on AdTech and public engagement. He leads our work on AdTech and helps develop and maintain internal and public facing technological solutions to help us engage with the public and meet our strategic objectives
Senior Research Officer
Eva is a Senior Research Officer at Privacy International and collaborates with international partners on promoting a better awareness of surveillance programmes carried out in countries across Africa, South America and Asia. She also takes part in the research and investigations aiming at
Gus has worked at the intersection of technology and human rights for over twenty years. He developed national, regional, and global campaigns on communications privacy. He worked on national security and anti-terrorism policy, and led global advocacy against border registration, biometric
Director of Campaigns
Harmit Kambo is the Director of Campaigns at Privacy International and leads PI’s Communications and Campaigns team. He is responsible for developing greater public engagement in privacy issues. He works across our programmes to devise strategies that will increase the reach and impact of our work.
Ioannis is a Legal Officer at Privacy International (PI) and works on a variety of issues at the intersection of PI’s government and corporate exploitation programmes. Before joining PI, Ioannis worked as a lawyer for noyb (the European Center for Digital Rights) and the EU Agency for Fundamental
Joanna Oniszk is our Resources Director. She joined us in 2015 to take on donor coordination and financial management of the organisation. She has over ten years of experience in variety of finance and management roles in corporate sector, international organisations and charities and holds an MA in
Kuda is a Policy Officer at Privacy International where he works to develop and implement the organisation's policy strategies. He mainly works on issues relating to the financial drivers behind the adoption and use of oppressive surveillance technologies. Before joining Privacy International Kuda
Laura is a Legal Officer at Privacy International and works on surveillance-related litigation, as well as researching and challenging the oppressive use of technology by government and private actors. In particular, Laura is interested in the impact of surveillance on the enjoyment of human rights
Lucy is Policy Director with PI and is responsible for our policy development. She also leads and supports projects targeting companies that exploit people and their data, preventing data exploitation in the election cycle, protecting identity and protecting those targeted through their use of
Nuno is a technologist at PI. He works on our public engagement, contributes to policy development and he also does data analysis to inform PI's investigations and reports. Nuno holds an MSc in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Instituto Superior Técnico, having spent time as a researcher at
Sara Nelson leads the Reproductive Rights and Privacy Project at PI and works in communications and campaigning, policy, and advocacy across the organisation.
Tomaso leads Privacy International's policy development, as well as our advocacy and policy team. He develops the organisation's international advocacy with the UN, the EU, and other relevant intergovernmental bodies. Previously he worked for Child Soldiers International and for Amnesty