As the Head of Digital for Article 19, Mallory Knodel integrates a human rights, people-centered approach to communications and technology work for social justice movements, specializing in cybersecurity policy advocacy.
A member of May First/People Link’s leadership committee, she previously served as the Senior Technical Coordinator for the Association of Progressive Communications.
Originally from the US and now living in Nairobi, Mallory has worked with grassroots organizations in Bolivia, France, Palestine and the UK. A radical technologist, she has utilized free, open-access software professionally for over 10 years.
Keywords: human rights, women's rights, encryption, digital policy