2014 Google Personal Democracy Fellows

Posted by Anthea Watson Strong, Google Social Impact team

Google and Personal Democracy Media have teamed up to offer fellowships for women working in civic technology to attend the 11th annual Personal Democracy Forum, June 5-6, 2014 at NYU’s Skirball Center.

This year’s theme is “Save the Internet | The Internet Saves,” and focuses on the ways people can work together to keep the Internet open for free speech, and how the Internet itself helps make society and civic life more open, participatory, and innovative.

For the 2014 Google PDF Fellowship, we have selected 15 women who are working to keep the Internet open and working on ways the Internet makes democracy stronger -- or both!

We’re excited to announce the 2014 Google Personal Democracy Fellows, and we’re expecting great things from the 15 women selected for the Fellowship.

Congratulations to the 2014 Google Personal Democracy Fellows, and thank you to everyone who applied!

Serah Kiburu
Wendy Fong
Tiffany Chu
Joylita Saldanha
Ellie Marshall
Alessandra Orofino
Anna Mazgal
Emma Mulqueeny
Clemence Pene
Jamiah Adams
Paola Villarreal
Katrin Verclas
Sarah Kaufman
Rebekah Monson

Emma Ruiz