Amanda Kraley

Amanda is a Research Assistant at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society and currently a senior at Wellesley College. Prior to the Berkman Klein Center, she worked at MIT’s Displacement Research and Action Network, a center for policy makers and academics to build new theory on internal displacement. Her project at MIT – creating an interactive mapping tool that looks at eviction rates in Boston’s Chinatown – synthesized interests in public affairs and technology. On campus, she is the editor-in-chief of Wellesley’s international relations magazine, The Wellesley Globalist. Outside of academics, Amanda has spent several years working at a government tech startup and as a Student Activist Coordinator with Amnesty International.