Berkman represents a network of faculty, fellows, students, entrepreneurs, lawyers, and virtual architects working to identify and engage with the challenges and opportunities of cyberspace.
Carey Capone Andersen is the Office Manager at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society.
Amar Ashar is the Berkman Center's General Manager of Special Initiatives.
Christopher T. Bavitz is Assistant Director of Harvard Law School's Cyberlaw Clinic, based at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society. He is also a Lecturer on Law at HLS.
As a junior web developer, Justin makes internet websites for the Berkman Center, and he enjoys it quite a bit.
Sebastian Diaz is the Berkman Center's Chief Geek - or is that Geek Chief? When not being drawn and quartered by five projects he tries to keep the lowly other tasks on his list arriving to completion in timely fashion.
Rob Faris joined the Berkman Center in May 2006. His work is focused on carrying out a global study of Internet censoring practices covering 35 countries in conjunction with colleagues at the OpenNet Initiative.
Rebekah Heacock is a Project Manager at the Berkman Center, where she works on Internet Monitor, the Digital Public Library of America planning initiative, the OpenNet Initiative, and a number of other projects.
Jeff Hermes is the director of the Digital Media Law Project. A Princeton University alumnus and 1997 graduate of Harvard Law School, he has represented clients in connection with media and Internet law issues since he started practicing.
Adam is a Project Coordinator at the Berkman Center, where he works on the Chilling Effects, Law Lab and Youth & Media projects.
Dan is the Berkman Center's Digital Media Producer.
Jennifer Jubinville is a Project Manager for the Berkman Center.
David Larochelle joined the Berkman Center in the fall of 2008 as Lead Engineer for Media Cloud.
As a Project Manager at the Berkman Center, Nathaniel works on several initiatives cutting across the themes of education, youth, and innovation.
Dustin is the H2O Project Manager / Technical Lead.
Colin M. Maclay is the Managing Director of the Berkman Center, where he is privileged to work in diverse capacities with its faculty, staff, fellows and extended community to realize its ambitious goals.
Caroline Nolan is the Berkman Center's Associate Director. She has worked on a variety of initiatives and events since she joined the Center in May 2007. She currently contributes to Center's cybersecurity project, cloud computing series, work on the Global Network Initiative, in addition to other efforts.
David O'Brien joined the Berkman Center staff as a project coordinator in February 2011.
Anita Patel is a Web Applications Developer currently working on various internal as well as Harvard-wide web projects.
Ed Popko is the Berkman Center's technical support specialist.
Esther Simmons joined the Berkman Team in September 2012 as the Staff Assistant for the Center and the Cyberlaw Clinic.
As project coordinator, Alicia works closely with the Internet and Democracy team and also contributes to the freedom of expression portfolio.
Cliff Song joined the Berkman Center in the fall of 2012 as a Junior Web Developer.
Becca Tabasky is honored to be part of the Berkman core team as the Manager of Community Programs.
Dalia Topelson is a Clinical Instructor at the Cyberlaw Clinic.
Ryan Westphal joined the Berkman Center as a web developer in 2013.
Kenny Whitebloom is a project coordinator at the Berkman Center, where he works on the Digital Public Library of America planning initiative.
Nancy is the special assistant to the Manager of Community Programs.