Reema Moussa (she/her) is a J.D. Candidate at USC Gould School of Law, concentrating her studies and practice on cybersecurity, privacy, artificial intelligence, and trust and safety. With her background in communication, international studies, and technology management, she endeavors to build bridges between various communities to solve interdisciplinary problems in technology. Throughout law school, she has interned at SentinelOne, the Future of Privacy Forum, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Goodwin Procter, and VMCA Advogados (in São Paulo, Brazil). Formerly interning (and later consulting) at the United Nations’ International Telecommunication Union, she has recently returned to the internet governance space as an ICANN Fellow for ICANN76 in Cancún, Mexico, and a member of the Non-Commercial Stakeholders Group. She has spoken on her unique view of interdisciplinary digital rights issues at several international conferences, including Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS), IAPP’s Global Privacy Summit, the California Lawyers Association’s annual Privacy Summit, and the American Bar Association’s inaugural Consumer Protection and Data Privacy Conference. She currently serves as the Vice-President and West Coast Regional Chair of the Internet Law and Policy Foundry, where she is additionally a Senior Fellow and the host/executive producer of the Tech Policy Grind podcast.