Semeli Hadjiloizou is a Research Assistant in Data Justice and Global Ethical Futures in the Ethics and Responsible Innovation Team, part of the Public Policy Programme, at The Alan Turing Institute.
She holds a MSc in Media and Communications (Data and Society) from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) with distinction and was a recipient of the Onassis Foundation Scholarship. At the LSE, Semeli’s research focused on data justice through topics such as data activism, data feminism, and environmental data justice. Alongside her master’s studies, she also completed a research consultancy project for the United Nations World Food Programme’s Emergency Telecommunications Cluster and participated in a local Neighbourhood Data Ethics Committee. Prior to joining the Turing, Semeli worked at Vodafone Business for two years across data and insights, Internet of Things, and regulatory, risk, and compliance teams.