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Danielle A Davis

Danielle A Davis

Tech and Telecom Policy Counsel, Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council

Danielle A. Davis, Tech and Telecom Policy Counsel, supports MMTC’s work on three focus areas in the tech, media, and telecommunications (TMT) sectors. The sectors include Technology, Data Privacy, Artificial Intelligence, and “Civil Rights in the Digital Age.”

Prior to joining MMTC, Ms Davis served as the Tech and Telecom Policy Fellow for the National Urban League Washington Bureau. Early in her career, she served as an MMTC Earle K. Moore Fellow and has also served as Tech and Telecom Fellow for the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) advising NCNW membership on issues at the intersection of civil rights, tech, and telecom.

Ms Davis has spent the last year providing counsel on technology and telecommunication issues with a racial justice lens to senior management at the National Urban League. While there, she conducted research on the digital divide, Section 230 and content moderation, and privacy issues.

In law school, she served as a Senior Editor on Barry Law Review. Also, she simultaneously served as the Editor-in-Chief of a regional law journal, The Southern Journal of Policy and Justice — the last Black student-run law journal left in the National Black Law Students Association network.

In 2012, Ms Davis graduated cum laude from Florida Atlantic University with a Bachelor of Science in Economics and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. In 2018, she graduated from Barry University School of Law with her Juris Doctor.

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