Sara Jordan, Future of Privacy Forum
Sara leads the Future of Privacy Forum’s efforts to create an ethical review process that can provide trusted vetting of research projects. She also supports the organization’s work on artificial intelligence and machine learning and emerging ethical questions relating to privacy and data protection.
Her profile includes privacy implications of data sharing, data and AI review boards, privacy analysis of AI and Machine Learning (AI/ML) technologies, and analysis of the ethics challenges of AI/ ML. Sara is an active member of the IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics for Autonomous and Intelligent Systems. Prior to working at FPF, Sara was faculty in the Center for Public Administration and Policy at Virginia Tech (2014-2020) and in the Department of Politics and Public Administration at the University of Hong Kong (2007- 2013).