Kate works on privacy, security, and telecommunications issues—including spectrum and net neutrality—for Engine. Prior to Engine, she worked on privacy issues at the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Before joining the advocacy community, Kate spent years as a technology policy reporter in D.C., including at Politico, The Hill, and Communications Daily. Kate is a New York native and graduate of Hamilton College, where she studied Public Policy and was editor-in-chief of the student newspaper.
Startups, not big companies, have the most to lose in the current privacy debate, Engine Blog, Nov. 15, 2018
Startups Need a Global Internet, not Data Borders, Engine Blog, Sept. 2, 2018
American startups need surveillance reform, The Hill, Nov. 30, 2