Oxford Internet Institute
Ana Grouverman is a researcher at the University of Oxford, where she is working on the Computational Propaganda Project and pursuing a degree at the Oxford Internet Institute. Her current research focuses on modeling the diffusion of ideas across online social networks.
Prior to the UK she spent six years at Google, conducting user research and leading a data security program for Google Apps. She has also spent time as a policy researcher and lead writer at Jigsaw (formerly Google Ideas), a technology incubator under Alphabet Inc. She began her career in management consulting, and holds a BSc in international politics and security from Georgetown University.
Her interests include issues of media manipulation, digital privacy, user-centered design, and diversity and inclusion in the technology industry.