Archive for November, 2016

Seattle Privacy welcomes three new board members

Seattle Privacy has added three new members to our Board of Directors: Al Richardson, Will Scott, and Giri Sreenivas.

As we look ahead to the challenges facing civil rights activists, we are excited and grateful to add the wide range of expertise of these board members to our team. Al, Will, and Giri bring outreach, technical, and strategic skills to the board that are already energizing us and helping set our direction for 2017.

Al is a community and union organizer who recently relocated to Seattle from Buffalo, NY. He served as an executive member of the Buffalo Chapter of theĀ Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, and as the local lead for the national Fight for 15 campaign lead by SEIU.

Giri is the CEO and co-founder of Privacy Labs. He has worked on security and mobile projects at startups and large companies. Giri has enjoyed working on a wide range of projects, from developing trusted computing systems for the intelligence community to building consumer mobile experiences on Android. Most recently, he was VP/GM of Mobile at Rapid7 after they acquired Mobilisafe where he was founder/CEO. Find him on Twitter @giri_sreenivas and on the web at https://giri.co.

Will is a web hacker. He grew up in Seattle, and holds a Ph.D. from the UW Computer Science Department focused on Networks and Security. Will has helped to organize Open Seattle and TA3M, and researches Internet censorship, privacy preserving web applications, and cloud security. Find him on twitter at @willscott and on the web at wills.co.tt.

Huge welcome to Al, Giri, and Will!

For a complete list of board members, see About Seattle Privacy.