Sara Kingsley

Sara Kingsley

Fellow at Harvard University's Center for Research on Computation and Society (CRCS)
PhD student in HCI/Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University
B.A. in Social Thought, Political Economy from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Sara C. Kingsley
Sara Kingsley is a PhD student at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) advised by Chinmay Kulkarni. Her research interests include human-centered and critical machine learning, mechanism design for social good, and algorithmic discrimination. Her research introduces and builds on insights in HCI and ML as well as microeconomic theory. She is particularly interested in applying her training in labor economics to study online job, credit, health and data markets. Prior to CMU, Sara worked in the administration of President Barack H. Obama as a congressional affairs officer at the U.S. Department of Labor, and in the United States Senate for Senator Edward M. Kennedy. At CRCS, she is mentored by Rediet Abebe and Elena Glassman, and is working collaboratively with Ricardo Sandoval (Vanderbilt) to build a computational platform for social work.

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