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.
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Staff and Fellows
Asaf is a Robert L. Bernstein Fellow with Privacy International. The Robert L. Bernstein Fellowships in International Human Rights, established in 1997, enable Yale Law School graduating students to devote a year to full-time human rights advocacy.
Camilla was admitted as a Solicitor in England and Wales in October 2011. She previously worked at Birnberg Peirce Solicitors and specialised in Actions Against the Police; representing victims of trafficking and asylum seekers.
Caroline Wilson Palow is Privacy International’s General Counsel. Caroline leads the legal team 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.
Christopher is a Technologist at Privacy International, working within all facets of the organistation he helps to develop and maintain technological solutions to help Privacy International engage with the public and meet its strategic objectives.
Claire is a Research Officer at Privacy International where she investigates the global trade in surveillance technologies and their human rights impacts.
Gus has worked at the intersection of technology and human rights for over fifteen years. He has acted as an external evaluator for UNHCR, advised the UN Special Rapporteur on Terrorism and Human Rights, and has advised a number of other international organisations.
Richard is a Technologist at Privacy International, with a specific focus on the area of surveillance technologies.
Tom is a Research Officer at Privacy International, working on the Global South. He has a PhD in African Studies from the University of Edinburgh, exploring ethnicity and politics in East Africa.
Ed is a Technologist at Privacy International. Prior to joining Privacy International, he has worked in various industries, and has been a privacy activist since 2009. He holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Computer Science from the University of Kent, and has met the academic requirements for a post-
Edin is a Research Officer on the Big Brother Inc project. He focuses on issues related to the export of surveillance technology and provides research in support of PI's litigation work, advocacy strategy and policy recommendations.
Eireann works for PI as an Open Web Fellow on three topics: metadata, malware, and medical device vulnerabilities.
Eva is an 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.
Frederike Kaltheuner develops PI's positions on the privacy and security challenges of connected spaces.
Harmit Kambo is the Director of Campaigns & Development at Privacy International. He joined us in 2015 to develop greater public engagement in privacy issues, build our brand, lead our campaigns and communications, and shape and implement fundraising strategies.
Joanna Oniszk joined Privacy International in 2015 as the Grants and Finance Officer to take on donor coordination and financial management of the organisation.
Lucy is Policy Officer for the Global South at Privacy International. She works across the organisation and with international partners to develop policy recommendations and positions based on research project findings.
Matthew Rice is an Advocacy Officer at Privacy International working across the organisation engaging with international partners and strengthening their capacity on communications surveillance issues.
Sara Nelson is the Communications Officer for Privacy International and handles all of the organisation’s external communications and media requests. She develops all multi-media used on PI’s social networking sites and develops strategies for public engagement.
Scarlet is a U.S.-qualified lawyer and was admitted as a Solicitor in England and Wales in December 2015.
As the Monitoring & Evaluation and Learning Officer, Sigma is responsible for the design and delivery of M&E and learning strategy for PI’s strategic programmes.