Sarah Kiden is a technologist and researcher, interested in how technology and society intersect. She is a Marie Curie Research Fellow, advocating for connected products that are more open, secure and trustworthy, through the Open Design of Trusted Things (OpenDoTT) programme at the University of Dundee and Mozilla. She is also a RANITP fellow with Research ICT Africa, working on gender and artificial intelligence from an African perspective.
Prior to this, she was a 2017-2018 Ford-Mozilla Open Web Fellow, hosted by Research ICT Africa and working on broadband performance and Internet measurements. She has worked in various technical capacities in academia in Uganda. She volunteers with Internet Society and ICANN’s At-Large Advisory Committee, representing the interests of Internet end-users.
Sarah holds an MSc in Information Systems and BSc in Information Technology.