Dr. Monica Bulger is a Researcher in the Enabling Connected Learning initiative at the Data & Society Research Institute where she studies student data privacy and equity. Her recent publications include a white paper on personalized learning, an examination of the factors leading to the closure of inBloom, and a study of unintended consequences of policies designed to protect children online. She co-authors the bi-weekly Student Data Privacy, Equity and Digital Literacy newsletter in collaboration with the Youth and Media team at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University. She serves on the International Advisory Boards for Global Kids Online, Better Internet for Kids Policy Mapping, and the International Child Redress Project. A 2014-2015 Fellow at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, she is a Research Associate at the Oxford Internet Institute and a Fellow of Fundación Ceibal. Monica has contributed policy research to UNICEF, the U.S. Department of Justice, and the European Commission. She holds a PhD in Education with an emphasis in cognitive science and social dimensions of technology.