Sarah Holland is a Public Policy Manager at Google, focusing on privacy and responsible data use.
Additionally, she is an Adjunct Professor in the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University, where she teaches data ethics and communications courses. As an Assembly Fellow she co-founded the Data Nutrition Project, an effort to create practical tools that encourage responsible AI development through better data.
Before joining Google, Sarah served as a Legislative Assistant and senior policy advisor to U.S. Senator Mark Pryor on technology, communications, consumer protection, and foreign policy issues. In that role, she was a lead negotiator on several internet accessibility, consumer protection, and data security bills, bringing three to enactment, including the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act.
She serves on the National Network to End Domestic Violence Board of Directors.