Shankar Narayan is an advocate, attorney, and changemaker for fair, accountable, and community-centric technology. He seeks to bring constitutional values to surveillance and artificial intelligence technologies, and to empower the leadership of impacted communities. Shankar was previously at the ACLU of Washington, where he founded the groundbreaking Tech Fairness Coalition, led efforts to pass landmark technology laws, and campaigned for vendors to build tech in community-centric ways. Shankar has also worked for OneAmerica and as technology attorney with K&L Gates. Shankar received the Roberto Maestas Legacy Award in 2018. He teaches technology and ethics at Seattle University School of Law and is an award-winning poet.
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