Georgia Meyer

Georgia Meyer

MPhil/PhD candidate in Information Systems and Innovation

Department of Management

Key Expertise
Privacy Enhancing Technologies, data classification

About me

Georgia researches data classification and valuation frameworks and Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs). She is in part inspired by ‘agential realism’: the ethico-onto-epistem-ology of theoretical physicist Karen Barad.

Time in industry developed her expertise in digital economy business models, trends and technologies. Highlights include: launching Boiler Room in African and Middle Eastern markets, setting up a new research vertical at a specialist digital media consultancy and starting a hyper-local collaborative platform that mapped interactive metadata on entrepreneurial creative scenes, which launched in Brent (NW London) where she grew up.

Georgia holds an MSc (Distinction - Data & Society) from LSE, a BSc (First Class Honours - Politics & Social Policy) from the University of Bristol and is a qualified teacher (PGCE). 

She is a research fellow at the Open Data Institute, a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a Governor at a Harris Primary Academy and is on the comms team for Data for Policy.

Expertise Details

Privacy Enhancing Technologies; data classification