New Responsible Data Program Manager at the engine room


/ April 14, 2015

Cross-posted from the engine room

We’re thrilled to announce that Danna Ingleton will be joining the engine room team to manage our responsible data program from June 1, 2015.

This will involve supporting the collaborative work of partners in the Responsible Data Forum, as well as direct support to advocacy initiatives and direct advocacy for more responsible data practices in the general support community.

Danna-IngletonDanna will be leaving her position as Research and Policy Adviser at Amnesty International, where she worked extensively on developing ethical standards for human rights research and integrating technological strategies into human rights programs. She was also a fantastic ally within Amnesty, and has lots of experience coordinating collaboration between organizations.

We’re very happy to have her, especially because she’s just as motivated as we are to build a strong community for responsible data. You can read her bio and find her PGP key on the engine room about page.

About the contributor

Tom started out writing and editing for newspapers, consultancies and think tanks on topics including politics and corruption in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, then moved into designing and managing election-related projects in countries including Myanmar, Bangladesh, Rwanda and Bolivia. After getting interested in what data and technology could add in those areas and elsewhere, he made a beeline for The Engine Room. Tom is trying to read all of the Internet, but mostly spends his time picking out useful resources and trends for organisations using technology in their work.

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