Hi, I'm Jonathan. I make data privacy attainable, practical, and valuable for fast-moving companies, large and small.
Today, I'm Clubhouse's privacy engineer. Previously, I spent 6 years at Meta, where I founded and led their Privacy Control Infra team, led deployment of a UN Human Rights Council recommendation for the 2017 Rohingya refugee crisis in Myanmar, and worked on products to support people through difficult life moments.
I went to college at Tufts (BSCS) and HKU (exchange). Outside of class, I designed for Nomic, coded for Mozilla and Instagram, taught 40,000+ students via Codecademy, and built a 30-person, 6-language volunteer news organization in a week. In high school, I won international contests by Google and Bugzilla, and got lampooned for it by Jay Leno.