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Katie Jordan

Katie Jordan

Senior Policy Advisor

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Biography

Katie Jordan is a Senior Policy Advisor at the Internet Society. She joined the organization in March 2018 and currently leads the Internet Way of Networking project globally. Katie also develops and advocates for the organization's public policy positions, including on access and security in the United States and Canada.

Katie received her B.A. from the University of Virginia, where she majored in Foreign Affairs and Media Studies. After graduation, she worked as a Google Public Policy Fellow atNew America's Open Technology Institute and as a Policy and Program Manager at Next Century Cities, where she assisted mayors with local broadband, digital inclusion, and civic tech initiatives. Most recently, she served as the Development Manager at Public Knowledge, where she led development efforts and explored emerging technologies.

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Internet Way of Networking 2 October 2020

The Internet Is Built on ‘Intermediaries’ – They Should Be Protected

This opinion piece was originally published in The Hill. Now is not the time to be careless with laws that...

How Do We Ensure the Internet Grows and Improves? Start with the Internet Impact Assessment Toolkit Thumbnail
Internet Way of Networking 9 September 2020

How Do We Ensure the Internet Grows and Improves? Start with the Internet Impact Assessment Toolkit

The Internet has been revolutionary for human progress. Bit by bit, byte by byte, it has come to underpin...

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Community Networks 12 August 2020

The 2020 Indigenous Connectivity Summit and Trainings: Register Now

People around the world are relying on the Internet to keep them connected to everyday life, but Indigenous communities in North...

Tribal Priority Window Extended to September 2 – But It’s Still Not Enough Time to Connect Indigenous Communities to a Critical Lifeline Thumbnail
Community Networks 31 July 2020

Tribal Priority Window Extended to September 2 – But It’s Still Not Enough Time to Connect Indigenous Communities to a Critical Lifeline

While Indigenous communities across the US battle some of the most brutal COVID-19 mortality rates in the country, they’ve...

The Internet “Just Works”: The EARN IT Act Threatens That and More Thumbnail
Encryption 3 July 2020

The Internet “Just Works”: The EARN IT Act Threatens That and More

When the EARN IT Act was introduced in March 2020, technologists, civil society organizations, academics, and even a former...

COVID-19 Response Must Include Massive Funding for Fiber-Optic Internet Access Thumbnail
Community Networks 2 June 2020

COVID-19 Response Must Include Massive Funding for Fiber-Optic Internet Access

By now, many of us are realizing we’ve been taking access to basic things for granted, such as social...

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