Nathalia Foditsch strongly believes technology is driving us towards a more inclusive society. She is a licensed Brazilian attorney focused on communications policy and regulation. She has worked for the Center of Technology and Society at Getulio Vargas Foundation, for the Communications and Society Programa at the Aspen Institute and for the Broadband Special Programme at the Inter-American Development Bank.
Her interest in communications policy and regulation started when she worked for the Brazilian Antitrust Authority (CADE). Foditsch holds a Master’s in Law and a Master’s in Public Policy, and is currently co-presenter for the course “Comparative U.S. Brazil Legal and Judicial Systems” at the Washington College of Law (WCL), American University. She is currently a PhD student in Communications at American University, supported by the Google Research Award and advised by Professor Laura DeNardis.