Contributor, New York
Amira Dhalla is a digital rights specialist. As the Lead of Education, Gender, and Global Programs at Mozilla Foundation, she worked to create an accessible, safe, open, and innovate web for people around the world. Amira is on the boards of four gender-in-tech organizations in Canada and the USA, and volunteers at a handful of others. She is pursuing a masters degree at Columbia University, focusing on the intersection of human rights and technology.