Nani Jansen Reventlow
Nani is the Director of the Digital Freedom Fund. She is a recognised international lawyer and expert in human rights litigation responsible for groundbreaking freedom of expression cases across several national and international jurisdictions. Nani is also a Lecturer in Law at Columbia Law School and Adjunct Professor at the Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford University. Nani is based in Berlin.
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Thomas is the Programme Officer at the Digital Freedom Fund. Before joining DFF he worked at an international anti-corruption organisation, managing multi-country projects on areas such as ethics and integrity policy, protecting victims and witnesses of corruption, and social accountability. Thomas is based in Berlin.
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Jonathan is the Legal Adviser to the Digital Freedom Fund. He previously held a senior legal role at an international non-governmental organisation, working on strategic litigation before international, regional and domestic courts. Jonathan is also a Mozilla Fellow, creating resources to facilitate greater collaboration between litigators and technologists in cases challenging human rights violations caused by AI. Jonathan is based in London.
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Racial and Social Justice Lead
Laurence is the Racial and Social Justice Lead at the Digital Freedom Fund. She previously worked as a parliamentary assistant in the French National Assembly and works on the notion of race in law. She is also involved in several community-centered projects. Laurence is based in Berlin.
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Judith is the Legal Officer of the Digital Freedom Fund. She is qualified as a German Rechtsanwalt and a solicitor in England and Wales and has previous experience in legal practice, legal publishing and advising digital rights organisations on policymaking and strategic litigation. Before taking up the position with DFF, she worked as a senior lecturer at the University of Edinburgh where she pursued research and teaching in the area of data protection and technology law.
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Darrah is the Finance Manager at the Digital Freedom Fund. She is a qualified finance professional, holding a Master’s in Finance from the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management. Before taking up her position at DFF, Darrah worked for eight years in the international development sector. Darrah is based in Berlin.
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César is a Legal Fellow at DFF. He is a law graduate from the University of Costa Rica, and holds two Master’s degrees from the University of Barcelona, one in Human Rights and the other in Sociology. He also has as a postgraduate degree in Digital Rights from Pompeu Fabra University. César is based in Barcelona.
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