Serena Oduro is a Research Analyst on the Policy team at Data & Society. Serena’s experience in genocide studies and technology ethics have ignited her passion for race-conscious technology policy. Previously, Serena was the 2020–2021 Technology Equity Fellow at The Greenlining Institute. At Greenlining, Serena provided key support for Greenlining’s sponsorship of AB 13, The Automated Decision Systems Accountability Act of 2021. Serena has also given multiple presentations and talks about her policy and independent work (such as on AI + Black Feminism), including at ACM FAccT, Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center, and Africa Law Tech Festival. Serena received a BA in History from Seattle University where she also minored in Philosophy, Business, Global African Studies, and Mandarin.
Data & Society“We need to be mindful of the fact that while we’ve entered this space where everything is become commodified, that includes Black feminists creating themselves as brands and products, and that there is a limit to how far we ca... Read on Data & SocietyFebruary 2022
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