Smriti Chandrashekar is a lawyer, working at the intersection of law, public policy and technology. Following her masters from Harvard Law, she worked as a Consultant at the World Bank in Washignton D.C., and later as a Research Associate at an economic policy think tank in New Delhi, India. Deeply passionate about social justice, rights and regulation as they relate to technology, Smriti has been actively involved with the tech policy and access to justice community in Seattle. She is a professional Carnatic music vocalist and can speak 4 Indian languages. An avid reader and a news (in all forms and shapes) junkie, Smriti is on a constant pursuit of good tea in Seattle’s famed coffee shops. Smriti loves popcorn and is onto learning about and embracing the Danish hygge lifestyle.