Ailidh is a Scots Law qualified solicitor with Privacy International and is responsible for our legal advocacy on data protection. She also leads our global legal research with our partners.
Alexandrine leads Privacy International's strategic programme aimed at building a global privacy movement.
Antonella works on policy development on cybersecurity and biometrics, and with our international network of partner organisations.
Caitlin works to develop our public campaigning and with our international partners. She is also responsible for our volunteer programme.
Camilla is responsible for our legal research and litigation on data surveillance and data protection. She leads our work at the intersection of technology, data exploitation, and the law.
Caroline is Privacy International’s General Counsel and leads our legal team.
Chris is responsible for our technical research on corporate exploitation, and leads our work on low cost technologies and the ways that data is exploited.
Ilia focuses on our research, advocacy and litigation on surveillance and technology. She leads our project challenging mass surveillance to protect civic spaces.
Tom is responsible for research and dissemination in the Global South. He leads our research on fintech and identity.
Ed is responsible for our technical security and research, and leads the development of our security framework and tech engagement with our International Network.
Eliot is responsible for our technical research on data exploitation and leads our work on AdTech and public engagement.
Eva is responsible for our research in surveillance tech and data exploitation, and leads our research on smart cities.
Francisco is responsible for our international network of partner organisations. He leads our advocacy to challenge government data intensive systems.
As Privacy International's Executive Director, Gus leads the development of our long-term strategy, ensures its delivery in a sustainable way, and reports to the Board of Trustees.
Ioannis works on a variety of issues at the intersection of PI’s government and corporate exploitation programmes.
Joanna Oniszk is responsible for PI's finances, risk assessment and management, and governance.
Lucy is responsible for our policy development. She leads our global policy work on cybersecurity and identity.