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Sarah Berlin

Director of Civic Information, The Center for Technology and Civic Life

Virginia

Sarah Berlin is the director of civic information at the Center for Technology and Civic Life, an organization that harnesses the promise of technology to modernize the American voting experience. Sarah leads the organization’s work to build nationwide datasets of civic information that millions of people use to learn about candidates and elected officials and to become more civically engaged in their communities. Sarah is passionate about using technology to build a more inclusive and engaged democracy.

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