Salma Elkhaoudi, from Casablanca, Morocco, is pursuing a PhD in anthropology at Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences. She earned a bachelor's degree in political science, with a minor in human rights, at the University of Chicago. As an undergraduate, Salma spent time researching and working with migrant communities across Greece, Lebanon, Turkey and the United States. Since graduating from the University of Chicago, she has worked as a technology research analyst at the Gartner Research Board, focusing on corporate digital investments and data ethics. She has also worked closely with professors at NYU's Global TIES for Children to research the experiences of Syrian refugees in Jordan. Her scholarly interests converge on technology and the human experience, with an emphasis on the intersection between digital surveillance, self-conceptualization, and human rights.