Leadership

Kiana Harkema

Co-President

Kiana received her degree in computer science and international affairs from the University of Colorado, Boulder. This past summer she was a Privacy and Data Security Fellow at Perkins Coie. She serves as the Notes and Comments Editor for the Berkeley Technology Law Journal.

Katherine Wang

Co-President

Katherine graduated with a B.A. in philosophy from Wellesley College. She spent her summer as a 1L Wetmore Fellow at Morrison Foerster focusing on privacy litigation. Outside of PrivLAB, she is part of the Berkeley Technology Law Journal, Legal Automation Workshop, and Coalition of Minorities in Technology Law.

Jake Kim

Vice President of Operations

Jake is a second-year student at Berkeley Law. Before law school, he pursued a degree in Media Studies, where he realized how vital information privacy is in this data-driven world. He is also interested in connecting blockchain technology with data privacy and its law.

Andrea Sotelo Gásperi

Vice President of Programming

Andrea Sotelo Gásperi attended the University of Southern California (Fight On!), where she majored in Neuroscience and minored in Computer and Digital Forensics, Criminality and Forensics, and Risk Management. This summer she was the 1L Diversity Fellow at White & Case’s Los Angeles office and also participated in Meta’s 1L Diversity Summer Associate Program. This year she will be one of the leaders of the Digital Rights Project and will continue her involvement in the Berkeley Technology Law Journal as an Associate Editor.

Mathew Cha

Vice President of Programming

Mathew Cha is a double bear and studied pure mathematics and computer science as an undergrad. He was a programmer in the Bay Area for a couple of years before coming to law school. He is interested in the intersection of technology, privacy, and public interest.