Georgia researches Web 3.0 technologies. Her work is in part inspired by agential realism: the 'ethico-onto-epistem-ology' of theoretical physicist Karen Barad.
Her PhD research is focused on the Personal Data Store architecture of Inrupt and its counterpart in the Solid protocols - the web decentralisation project launched by Sir Tim Berners-Lee in 2016, originally in collaboration with MIT. This work is funded by LSE, with an additional grant awarded by the Hayek Programme in 2023.
She holds an MSc (Data & Society) from LSE, a BSc (Politics & Social Policy) from the University of Bristol and is a qualified teacher (PGCE).
Georgia (FRSA) joined the Open Data Institute fellowship programme in 2022 and is a Governor with the Harris Federation.