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.