Jas Johl is a Visiting Policy Researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute whose work focuses on global efforts to manage digital identity, privacy, and emerging technology.
Johl is a graduate of UC Berkeley, where she studied Rhetoric & Political Theory, and Oxford University, where she studied Comparative Social Policy. Johl sits on the Board of Directors of the U.S. think tank, The Roosevelt Institute. She has served as a Senior Advisor in California government, and held senior roles in technology, working on information security projects at top U.S. companies.
Her research efforts are advised by OII’s Director Professor Victoria Nash in collaboration with and supported by The Algorand Foundation.
Digital Identity, Human Rights, Information Security