The Team

Each year, a new cohort of international researchers collaborate with industry experts to investigate new, pressing ethical considerations in technology use; honing methodologies, adding training tools and services to the GAEIA network and platform. Cohort One

Management Team

Søren Juul Jørgensen
sorenjj@stanford.edu
+1 650 714 2650

Fellow at the Center for Human Rights and International Justice at Stanford University. Founder of the strategy firm ForestAvenue established in Silicon Valley, Brussels, and Copenhagen. Previously Consul General of Denmark for California and CEO for the Danish Innovation Center in Palo Alto focused on tech innovation and tech industry related engagement supporting startups, corporate innovation and research. Diplomat for the Danish foreign service and employed at international tech co’s such as Maersk Data and IBM (international sales and business. JD, taught law at the University of Copenhagen.


Elise St. John
estjohn@calpoly.edu
+1 805 215 3551

Heads academic collaborations at the Digital Transformation Hub (DxHub) at California Polytechnic State University, where she manages digital innovation challenges with the World Bank. Holds a Ph.D. in Educational Policy from the University of Washington, with additional training in the implications of artificial intelligence for business from MIT. Expert in interdisciplinary, mixed-methods and policy research, with extensive experience examining equity issues, incentive policies and their implications.


Andrew Pereira
andrew@gaeia.world
+1 925 344 2289

Heads operations and communications at GAEIA. He received his Bachelor of Arts in philosophy from California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly). Andrew also works as a staff member at the Center for Human Compatible AI (CHAI) at UC Berkeley and has collaborated with the Ethics + Emerging Sciences group at Cal Poly.

Advisors

Paul Jurasin

Director, Digital Transformation Hub at California Polytechnic State University

Radhika Shah

Fellow, Center for Human Rights and International Justice, Stanford University

Shomit Ghose

Onset Ventures