Who We Are

We are a cross-disciplinary research group composed of computer scientists, educators, and social scientists at the International Computer Science Institute and University of California-Berkeley. The members of the Teaching Privacy team share a common desire to support Internet users from all walks of life in understanding how Internet privacy works, so that everyone has a chance to make informed choices about sharing personal information.

The current team, in alphabetical order:

  • Julia Bernd
  • Serge Egelman
  • Gerald Friedland
  • Dan Garcia
  • Amy Jiang
  • Prachi Khandekar
  • Carlos Ortega

Project alumni:

  • Don Alsafi
  • Miranda Braselton
  • Megan Carey
  • Jaeyoung Choi
  • Alexis Conway
  • Isha Doshi
  • Eleanor Duan
  • Henry Gan
  • Karina Goot
  • Blanca Gordo
  • Marian Harbach
  • Melia Henderson
  • Nicholas Henderson
  • Denise Huey
  • Fatima Ibrahim-Biangoro
  • Julie Ireton
  • Jeffrey Jacinto
  • James Jiang
  • Chan Kim
  • Justin Kim
  • Markus Krause
  • Florin Langer
  • Jessica Larson
  • Itzel Martinez
  • Lara McConnaughey
  • Bryan Morgan
  • Regina Ongowarsito
  • Jeremy Orr
  • Marissa Pitta
  • Micky Prochaska Saglio
  • Tim Radvan
  • Gerardo Sánchez
  • Arany Uthayakumar
  • Melody Valdez
  • Ketrina Yim

To get in touch, drop us an e-mail at info@teachingprivacy.org.