Why We Fund: Care and Holistic Security with Mozilla Fellow Maya Richman

Published on Feb 5, 2019

In September 2018, Mozilla announced its latest cohort of 25 technologists from 10 countries that would partner with organizations including Astraea to address emerging threats and challenges that prevent the internet from remaining a force for good. On Feb 27th, Astraea’s Mozilla fellow, Maya Richman, will share a bit about her work here at Astraea, and the value of embedding technologists within under-resourced organisations.

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USA- New York- New York

Astraea is celebrating the one year anniversary of our ‘Why We Fund’ series with a conversation centering on holistic security for organizations and collectives.

We are quite thrilled to have our Mozilla Fellow, Maya Richman, in NYC to share a bit about her work with Astraea, the Mozilla fellowship, and how holistic security intersects with our healing justice work. Maya will be joined by Slammer, another Mozilla Fellow embedded within Consumer Reports, who will share her experience as a security practitioner and fellow. We hope you can join us.

The consistent goal through our Why We Fund series is for Astraea to provide space for engagement around issues, and build a greater understanding of why, where and how Astraea funds this work, and in the specific ways that Astraea always has.

We will have wine and light refreshments, and it will be an opportunity to be in community, as well as in conversation.

RSVP