Google (but also 2018 Harvard/Berkman Klein Center and MIT Media Lab Assembly)
District of Columbia
Sarah Holland is a Public Policy Manager at Google, where she is responsible for leading policy analysis and strategy and program development for user privacy, artificial intelligence, and emerging technology issues in the U.S.
She is also a member of the 2018 Assembly cohort on AI and its governance at the Berkman Klein Center and MIT Media Lab, and contributes to the Dataset Nutrition Label project (http://datanutrition.media.mit.edu/index.html).
Sarah currently serves on the Boards of the Family Online Safety Institute (Chairwoman) and National Network to End Domestic Violence.
Immediately prior to joining Google she served for many years as a senior policy advisor to U.S. Senator Mark Pryor on technology, communications, consumer protection, and foreign policy issues before the Senate Commerce and Appropriations Committees. In that role, she served as lead negotiator on several internet accessibility and consumer protection bills, bringing three to enactment, including the landmark 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA).
Keywords: privacy, AI, artificial intelligence, machine learning, data