Technology + Policy Strategist, Advocate, Entrepreneur, Latina
Vivian P. Graubard served in the White House from age twenty-one to age twenty-seven, most recently as a Senior Advisor and Cofounder of the United States Digital Service, where she led efforts to improve government digital services, including streamlining the immigration process and reducing data loopholes in the gun background-check system. Previously, she served in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy as a Confidential Assistant and Advisor, focused on combating human trafficking and ending sexual assault on college campuses. She is a proud Latina with Colombian, Cuban, and Puerto Rican roots and was named to the Time 30 Under 30 and Forbes 30 Under 30 in Law and Policy lists. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a double major in international business and IT from American University. Vivian currently serves as the Director of Strategy for Public Interest Technology at New America.