Project Lead (Digital Power)
Alix Dunn is Project Lead for Ariadne’s Digital Power initiative. Alix is the founder of Computer Says Maybe, a firm focused on building an equitable future. She is a leading thinker on the use of technology for social change and accountability in technical design. She has extensive experience facilitating diverse groups to tackle complex data and technology challenges, and to advance a shared understanding of how technology can and should shape our world. She founded and directed The Engine Room, a global team supporting social sector organizations to make the most of technology and data. She is a former fellow at the Carr Center for Human RIghts at the Harvard Kennedy School and the Digital Impact Lab at the Stanford Philanthropy and Civil Society Center, and she sits on the advisory boards of Luminate, the Human Rights Initiative at Open Society Foundations, the International Criminal Court, Foxglove Legal, and is a trustee of the Ada Lovelace Institute for AI & Society.