My name is Klaudia Jaźwińska and I am a Polish-American journalist and researcher who is passionate about exploring the social, political and ethical implications of technological development and algorithmic decision-making.
I was the first person in my family to attend university, and I am immensely fortunate that my exploration of culture, media, technology and justice has taken me all over the world. As an undergraduate at Lehigh University, where I studied global studies and journalism, I served as editor in chief of the student newspaper and represented a public health NGO at the United Nations.
As a 2018 Marshall Scholar, I pursued an M.S. in Data and Society at the London School of Economics and M.S. in Computational and Data Journalism at Cardiff University in Wales. I was selected for the 2020/21 journalism cohort of the Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics.
As of 2021, I am back in my home state of New Jersey, working as a research fellow for Princeton University’s Center for Information Technology Policy.
In my free time, I enjoy playing instruments, cooking with friends, hiking and biking, watching films, and exploring new cities.
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