Michelle Fang is a junior at Yale College, studying Ethics, Politics & Economics and Data Science. She is interested in ethical technology design, digital market power, and the use of technology in democracy, free speech, government accountability and surveillance. Her interests in antitrust economics, platform regulation, and data privacy rights stem from her role as a Thurman Arnold Project research assistant at Yale’s School of Management. In her gap semester, she co-founded Orpheus Pledge, a technology detox project, with a professor at Harvard. Outside of ISP, Michelle enjoys creative writing, has taught journalism at a local middle school, served on board for the Chinese-American Student Association, and works as a fellow for a student venture capital firm.