She is learning by doing.
Eve is scouting out cool data at public data company Enigma, working on Enigma Public. She completed a MSc at the Oxford Internet Institute, thinking about data policy under the supervision of Viktor Mayer-Schönberger. In a past life, Eve spent a year teaching AP U.S. History at Weston Prep in Panama City, Panama.
Eve has written about gendered robots for Imperica Magazine, growing up in New York for the New York Times opinionator blog, Latin American policy for the website of the Americas Society/Council of the Americas, foreign policy for Young Professionals in Foreign Policy and all sorts of things college for The Dartmouth. She explored the boundaries of Internet Studies through interviews in the Internet School Podcast, a podcast she created with fellow Oxford Internet Institute MSc candidate Ellie Marshall.
Eve grew up in NYC and is v. interested in talking micro-histories of the city.