Eleni Kyriakides is a Privacy and Data Policy Manager for Meta. At Meta, she collaborates with product teams on building privacy into products and engages with key stakeholders on privacy and public policy questions.

Professor Kyriakides previously served as International Counsel for the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), where she contributed to EPIC’s amicus submissions on key global privacy issues including Microsoft v. United States (US Supreme Court) and the “Schrems II” case (CJEU), represented EPIC at the International Working Group on Data Protection in Technology, and organized NGO conferences in Brussels and Hong Kong in cooperation with the Public Voice coalition.

Professor Kyriakides has published in the Cross Border Data Forum, the European Data Protection Law Review, and Just Security, and co-authored a forthcoming chapter for a Cambridge University Press book titled “Preserving Article 8 in Times of Crisis: Constraining Derogations from the European Convention.” She has also spoken before the European Parliament on cross border access to personal data by law enforcement. Professor Kyriakides has been quoted in publications in the U.S. and abroad, including NBC News, Bloomberg Law, The Telegraph, and Politico.

Professor Kyriakides is a graduate of Columbia Law School, where she was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. She received a B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin, graduating with University Honors and Special Honors in Liberal Arts Honors (Humanities). She is a member of the bar of New York, District of Columbia, and the District of Columbia District Court.