Sunny Consolvo is a researcher at Google. In recent work, she has investigated the digital privacy and security practices of survivors of intimate partner abuse and people in transitional homeless shelters, and explored the technology experiences of women in South Asia. Prior to Google, Sunny worked at Intel Labs Seattle where she investigated how to use mobile technologies to encourage wellness and to help people be more aware of the privacy implications of sensing and inference systems. Sunny has received three 10-year impact awards and a test-of-time award for her work on location-aware computing and technology to encourage wellness. She has been featured in the press, including Wired and Scientific American Mind. Sunny received her Ph.D. from the University of Washington.