I work as research and teaching assistant at UCLA while pursuing my Ph.D. degree in Information Studies. My research interests include data and software studies, science governance, information economy, and policy. I co-teach classes on data management and access, and on information economies, ethics and policies.
I also write about tech, education, and policy for newspapers and magazines. In the past, I worked as press officer for organizations operating in the education sector and the entertainment industry, and as multimedia content curator for various websites, blogs, and social media outlets.
In life, as well in my work, I rely on knowledge, culture and “burning patience.”