Hannah Sassaman (she/her) is the executive director of People’s Tech Project, an organization focused on arming movements for liberation with the tools to fight the tech that oppresses us. She has over 20 years of experience working at the intersection of community power and tech and media justice. As policy director at Movement Alliance Project (MAP), Hannah spearheaded myriad groundbreaking campaigns, including CAP Comcast, which helped thousands of Philadelphians win affordable internet for themselves and their communities, and other campaigns around bail, policing, electoral accountability, and prosecution. Hannah was a Soros Justice Fellow focused on algorithms in pretrial decision-making, and is a regular commentator and author on these issues. She is a former board member at Allied Media Projects and the Valentine Foundation. She is a member of the board of directors of Fight for the Future and a national coordinating committee member of LeftRoots.