Natalie Kerby is a multimedia producer, editor, and researcher who works at the intersection of human rights, digital media, and technology. She is an alumnus of Data & Society. She is currently pursuing a masters degree in new media and digital culture at the University of Amsterdam.
Most recently, she managed digital content at Data & Society, a research institute focused on the societal impacts of data-centric technologies and automation, and volunteered at Interference Archive, an archive of social movements where she co-produced the podcast series Audio Interference. Her previous experience includes working in external relations at WITNESS, The Center for Constitutional Rights, and interneting at The Magnum Foundation.