Eve Zelickson is an alumnus of Data & Society, where she worked as a research analyst with the Labor Futures team, studying issues at the intersection of technology, labor, health, and privacy. Her primer, Wellness Capitalism: Employee Health, the Benefits Maze, and Worker Control, co-authored with Tamara K. Nopper, documents the rise of a model of public health involving the state, employers, and the wellness industry, in which worker behaviors are monitored to improve society’s health.
With Aiha Nguyen, Eve co-authored At The Digital Doorstep: How Customers Use Doorbell Cameras to Manage Delivery Workers, a report that draws on interviews with delivery drivers and video doorbell users to detail how customers are setting the conditions of labor at the doorstep. Her writing has been published or cited in Vice, BBC, NPR, Axios, Public Books, Logic Magazine, and Fast Company.
Eve was previously a researcher at The Markup, and prior to joining Data & Society, worked as a social researcher for the EU-funded project P2P Models. Eve graduated with honors from Brown University with a degree in science, technology, and society.