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Alexander Macgillivray, also known as "amac," is curious about many things including ethics, law, policy, government, decision making, the Internet, algorithms, social justice, access to information, coding, and the intersection of all of those.

He was United States Deputy Chief Technology Officer for the last two plus years of the Obama Administration. He was Twitter's General Counsel, and head of Corporate Development, Public Policy, Communications, and Trust & Safety. Before that he was Deputy General Counsel at Google and created the Product Counsel team. He has served on the board of the Campaign for the Female Education (CAMFED) USA, was one of the early Berkman Klein Center folks, was certified as a First Grade Teacher by the State of New Jersey, and studied Reasoning & Decision Making as an undergraduate.

He is proud to be a board member at Data & Society, Creative Commons, and He is an advisor to the Mozilla Tech Policy Fellows, and part of the founding team of the Trust & Safety Professional Association. He is doing a bunch of coding, writing, and short burst projects with organizations thinking about what they should be doing next.

For more about what he is proudest of during his last few jobs see:
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