Sarah Holland is a Public Policy Manager at Google. In that capacity, she leads Google’s U.S. policy efforts related to privacy, data protection, and artificial intelligence. In addition to her role at Google, she is a member of the 2018 Assembly cohort on artificial intelligence and its governance at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University and MIT Media Lab. As part of Assembly, Sarah co-developed the Dataset Nutrition Label project, an ongoing effort to improve critical data analysis and AI outcomes. Sarah also serves on the National Network to End Domestic Violence Board of Directors. Immediately prior to joining Google, she served as a senior policy advisor to U.S. Senator Mark Pryor on technology, communications, consumer protection, and foreign policy issues. In that role, she also served as the lead negotiator on internet accessibility, consumer protection, and data security and breach notification bills, bringing three to enactment, including the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act.