I research data, AI, policy and society at the Ada Lovelace Institute. I lead our work on algorithm accountability, including methods inspecting and assessing algorithmic systems and their impact on people and society.
Previously in software engineering at Twitter and Entrepreneur First; I've also worked with a number of early stage startups on projects ranging from developing AI personal assistants to an editor for the BBC micro:bit. I have a soft spot for Clojure and functional programming.
I'm a lead instructor with Code First: Girls, have lectured in Data Ethics at Ada College, and founded the Coders Who Teach community; I also curate London Tech Meetups. I am a public speaker with experience in panel moderation, conferences, workshop facilitation and meetups.
When I'm not doing those things, I'm usually drawing, painting, climbing or behind a drum kit.