Amber Case BA ’08
Amber Case BA ’08, a former trustee of Lewis & Clark and a Mozilla research fellow, has joined software developer Unlock as an advisor. She will be working with them to build partnerships with other companies and creators; grow their grant program; and work to improve the overall user experience.
Amber Case BA ’08, a former trustee of Lewis & Clark, has joined Mozilla Corporation as a fellow. She’s focusing on discovering different approaches to web content sustainability that are not solely reliant on the harvesting of user data for advertisement. Case has previously held fellowships at the Institute for the Future, MIT, and Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society. She is the author of Calm Technology (O’Reilly Media, 2016) and A Kids Book About Technology (self-published, 2021).
Amber Case BA ’08 is now a research fellow at the Institute for the Future in Palo Alto, California. She examines the ethical implications of technology’s increasing influence on the lives of everyday people.
Amber Case BA ’08 joined Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society as a fellow last fall. She is researching “the transition from the industrial society to the information society and its effect on creativity, connectivity, isolation, and depression.”