Lauren Chambers

Job title: 
School of Information

Lauren Chambers is a Ph.D. student at the Berkeley School of Information, where she studies the intersection of data, technology, and sociopolitical advocacy with Prof. Deirdre Mulligan. Previously Lauren was the staff technologist at the ACLU of Massachusetts, where she explored government data in order to inform citizens and lawmakers about the effects of legislation and political leadership on our civil liberties. Lauren received her Bachelor's from Yale in 2017, where she double-majored in astrophysics and African American studies, and she spent two years after graduation in Baltimore supporting NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope mission as a software developer.

Research interests: 

 Information Science