I joined the Wikimedia Foundation as a legal counsel in February 2016, after having previously worked on the legal team as an intern and as the Intellectual Property & Internet Law Fellow.
I received my law degree from Harvard Law School, where I was Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Journal of Law & Gender and a writer and performer for the law school comedy musical. I received my bachelor's degree from Georgetown University, where I majored in computer science and minored in linguistics and Japanese.
Among the other things that interest and entertain me are: television, craft beer, food, sci-fi & fantasy, music, video games, and queer theory.
I work on a variety of legal issues affecting the Wikimedia Foundation, projects, and community, with a primary focus on trademark and copyright. I deal with trademark registration, enforcement, and licensing, and I help plan and implement WMF's copyright strategy.