Raegan is a tech policy professional, with years of experience working as a manager, advocate, campaigner, and policy expert in the field of technology and human rights. Originally from Canada, she is based in Brussels, where she leads Mozilla’s public policy work in the EU, and covers issues including privacy, data protection, copyright, net neutrality, and disinformation. Prior to joining Mozilla, Raegan established and led Access Now’s Brussels office. Prior to that, she worked at European Digital Rights (EDRi). In 2014, she was named a Privacy by Design Ambassador by the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario, Canada. Raegan serves on the board of the Digital Freedom Fund (DFF), and EDRi. She is a graduate of the University of Vienna and the University of Leipzig, where she received her Masters in Global Studies.
Keywords: Brussels, policy, EU, internet