Northeastern University School of Law, 2019 Graduate
Executive Office of Technology Services and Security
Siri worked on open data policy and legal infrastructure around data sharing at the Executive Office of Technology Services and Security. Specifically, Siri researched and wrote about how to safeguard privacy and on solutions to safely share administrative data with the public.
Siri graduated summa cum laude from the College of New Rochelle, School of New Resources, with a BA in liberal arts. Before law school, Siri was an active member of Black Youth Project 100 and worked for the director of information systems at the College of New Rochelle. During law school, Siri served as a law clerk for the Electronic Privacy Information Center and worked in the Internet Public Interest Opportunities Program, inspiring her interest in pursuing data and privacy rights.
“I am honored to be a Rappaport Fellow and to join this robust network of ambitious and well-intentioned individuals. This formative opportunity will give me valuable insight on issues of innovation and equity in Massachusetts.” – Siri Nelson