Hi. I'm founder and director of the Digital Security Exchange (DSX), which helps civil society organizations connect to qualified digital security providers. I'm also technology director at Center for Digital Resilience, the global parent of the DSX. I've been a digital rights advocate for more than a decade, working on various initiatives to protect the free, open, private, and secure internet.
Last year I was a non-resident fellow at Stanford's Digital Civil Society Lab. I also hold an MFA in Integrated Media Arts from Hunter College, City University of New York, where I was an early proponent and analyst of the use of emergent social platforms for political and social advocacy.
I live in Northampton, MA with my wife and three kids.