Wilneida Negrón is a technology fellow with the Gender, Racial, and Ethnic Justice team.
She has worked as a technologist and researcher with a national and global perspective, developing platforms to increase access to justice for vulnerable communities and conducting research on the impact of technology and data on political participation in emerging democracies. Wilneida also works with foundations on developing a public interest technology pipeline, providing mentoring and strategic guidance to private sector technologists looking to use their skills for social good.
She is completing her PhD in comparative politics, studying the role of student activism, politics, and technology in Latin America and East Asia. She is also a fellow at Data & Society Research Institute and the Robin Hood foundation. She holds two master's degrees: one in public administration and the other in international affairs.