Gabrielle Rejouis is an associate at the Center on Privacy and Technology at Georgetown University’s Department of Law, where she researches the disproportionate harm of commercial data practices on historically marginalized communities and the surveillance of workers. In her work, she advocates for civil rights protections in privacy, as well as algorithmic accountability laws and greater data protections for workers. Gabrielle co-organized the conference Color of Surveillance: Monitoring Poor and Working People, which focused on the historic and modern surveillance of these communities and their responses. She holds a juris doctor degree from Georgetown University with a certificate in refugee and humanitarian emergencies as well as a bachelor’s degree in history from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Gabrielle was an Albert Dorman Honors Scholar.