Joanne Kim is a senior at Duke University earning her degree in Public Policy and Psychology on a prelaw track. She is a Margolis Scholar for the Margolis Center on Health Policy and a John M. Belk Impact Fellow for the Hunt Institute. On campus, she is currently serving as Co-President of Ethical Tech and as Policy Director of the Duke Cyber Club & Team. Her academic interests lie at the intersection of technology, ethics, and privacy. She intends to work for one or two years after obtaining her undergraduate degree before pursuing her J.D.
Honors Thesis: Your Mental Health Data is For Sale!: The Impact of Data Brokers on the Exchange and Use of Mental Health Data and the Related Implications on the Personal Privacy of Depressed and Anxious Individuals
Thesis Advisor: Professor David A. Hoffman