Klaudia Jaźwińska is a journalist from the US who is passionate about exploring the social, political and ethical implications of technological development and algorithmic decision-making.
She is a first-generation university graduate whose academic exploration of culture, technology and justice has spanned five continents. As an undergraduate at Lehigh University, where she studied global studies and journalism, she served as editor in chief of the student newspaper and represented a public health NGO at the United Nations.
Klaudia currently lives in the United Kingdom, where she is a Marshall Scholar. She recently completed an MSc in Computational and Data Journalism at Cardiff University in Wales, and is now pursuing an MSc in Data and Society at the London School of Economics. Klaudia has been selected for the 2020 Journalism cohort of the Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics.
In her free time, Klaudia enjoys playing instruments, cooking with friends, exploring new cities and spending time outdoors.
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