Simone Edwards is a Legal Research Assistant at the Center on Privacy & Technology, while pursuing her law degree at Georgetown Law. In 2019, she obtained a degree in Political Science, and the honor of being the first to receive a Fulbright award at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in more than fifty years. Her Fulbright ETA position was in Guatemala, early 2020, and she made the move to Washington, DC in June 2020 to be a City Year AmeriCorps Member. She is now the Black Law Students Associations's Communications Director, and a staff member of both the Georgetown Law Journal and the Georgetown Technology Law Review. If you can’t find her in a journal office, she might be reviewing a book for her bookstagram.
Ayah Eldosougi is a Legal Research Assistant at the Center on Privacy & Technology. She is a second year student at Georgetown University Law Center. Prior to attending Georgetown Ayah worked as the Program Coordinator for the Center for the Study of Social Difference at Columbia University, where she also earned her B.A. in Human Rights. Last semester, Ayah was an intern at the Brennan Center. At Georgetown, she is the president of the Women of Color Collective, social chair of the Muslim Law Student Association, and a board member of the National Lawyers Guild Georgetown chapter. Ayah is also a New York City Marathon hopeful, tea collector, and frequent tea party host.
Isabela Gibson is a Communications Assistant at the Center on Privacy & Technology, as well as a first-year student at Georgetown University Law Center. Prior to attending Georgetown and working at the Center, she attended Ohio University where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and a master’s degree in Law, Justice, and Culture. Her master’s research analyzed the relationship between race rhetoric during presidential campaigns and the Black electorate and the manner in which race is brought about. She has worked as a commercial real estate project analyst in her hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio. When she is not preparing for class, she can be found watching her favorite series on Netflix.
Tom Latkowski is an MPP candidate at Georgetown’s McCourt School of Public Policy. Tom has previously completed several policy internships, including at the White House Domestic Policy Council and in the Office of Senator Dianne Feinstein. Tom has previously worked mostly on campaign finance reform, including writing a book on democracy vouchers, and co-founding an organization to advocate for campaign finance reform in Los Angeles. Tom attended UCLA for his undergraduate degree, where he studied Political Science and Applied Mathematics – he hopes to apply his dual technical and policy skillsets to a career in the tech policy space. Tom is an avid hiker and eagerly awaits any recommendations on the best nature spots in the area.
Brandon is a Communications Assistant at the Center on Privacy & Technology, and has been for the past three years, starting in the fall of his freshman year. He is a current junior at Georgetown studying Government and Psychology with a minor in Korean. He has previously worked as a Business Development Intern at Baker McKenzie, an Investment Intern at Squadra Ventures, and will be working in Private Equity Fund Placement at Campbell Lutyens this summer. In his free time, he loves to play tennis and aspires to travel to as many countries as possible.
Nteboheng Mokuena is a Legal Research Assistant at the Center on Privacy & Technology. Nteboheng is a second-year law student at Georgetown University Law Center. She serves as Director of Alumni Relations of the Mid-Atlantic Black Law Students Association and Events Chair of the Georgetown Art Law Association. Last summer, Nteboheng clerked at Earthjustice. She is currently externing at the Public Defender Service of District of Columbia. Next summer, Nteboheng will be a summer associate at Linklaters LLP.
Nteboheng graduated from American University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Prior to law school, Nteboheng worked as legal support staff in employment and renewable energy law and in politics as a digital campaign manager.
Michelle Vassilev is a Legal Research Assistant at the Center on Privacy & Technology. She is a junior at Georgetown University majoring in English and minoring in Journalism and Public Health on the pre-law track. Prior to joining the Center, Michelle worked as the youngest intern at the Department of Justice’s Disability Rights Section in the Civil Rights Division, where she assisted multiple legal teams with nationwide investigations. Michelle also completed two university research assistantships with professors in English and philosophy. Outside of class, Michelle serves as the Senior News Editor for The Hoya, Georgetown University’s oldest newspaper of record, and hosts her own radio show. In her free time, Michelle enjoys playing the cello and training for half marathons.
Olivia Volpe is a junior majoring in Government and Economics. With a passion for social justice and a desire to make a positive impact on her communities, Olivia participates in Georgetown’s Prison and Justice Initiative in an effort to raise awareness, advocate for policy changes, and provide educational opportunities for incarcerated individuals. After graduation, she plans to attend law school and pursue a career that focuses on supporting the civil rights of marginalized communities. Olivia is from Watchung, New Jersey and in her free time, Liv loves to play soccer, learn new songs on the piano, and go on hikes with her dog.