Craig Kelley served 14 years on the Cambridge, Massachusetts City Council where he led community discussions about surveillance laws, digital privacy, and cyber-safety. He currently runs a boutique consulting company focusing on the intersection of government regulatory programs and disruptive technologies. He has a JD from Boston College Law School and an MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School, where he also served a fellowship studying the tension between building resilient communities and democratic governance. Prior to becoming a city councillor, Craig was an environmental consultant to the Army Reserves and served as a Captain in the Marine Corps.

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