Bryan Nunez is a program officer with the Open Society Human Rights Initiative. His work focuses on technology and human rights. A technologist who has spent over 10 years working on technologies for human rights and social change, Nunez was previously a member of the Guardian Project, an open-source mobile-security software organization. Prior to that, he was the head of technology at WITNESS, where he worked on the first online human rights video platform, as well as mobile tools for collecting visual human rights documentation. He has also trained human rights defenders on digital and mobile security, and consulted for various organizations on technology and digital security strategy.
Nunez is an alumnus of the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. He holds an undergraduate degree in anthropology from University of California, Berkeley.