Charley Johnson

Project Lead, Data Integrity Project

Charley is the Project Lead for the Data Integrity Project at Data & Society. Previously, Charley co-founded USAID’s Center for Digital Development, which intends to cultivate an inclusive and responsible digital economy. Charley oversaw the Center’s strategy, led its research on the social, economic, and ethical implications of emerging technologies, and ultimately served as its director. Charley started his career as a researcher at the Committee for Economic Development, Innovations for Poverty Action, and Microfinance Opportunities. He’s a graduate of the University of Washington and the Harvard Kennedy School, and an obnoxiously proud uncle. He lectures at George Washington University and dances harder than you do.

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