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Nina Daoud, Ph.D.


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Human-centered technologist passionate about designing products that advance the public good.

Nina Daoud is a dynamic product strategist with a passion for designing products that advance public good. She excels at identifying market opportunities, conducting in-depth user research, and crafting product roadmaps that align with business objectives. Nina has a deep understanding of both the technical aspects of emerging technologies as well as the regulatory challenges they pose, allowing her to develop strategies that balance innovation with accountability. Notably, Nina thrives in environments where she has opportunities to drive meaningful change through collaborative efforts with stakeholders across industry, government, and academia.

Throughout her multifaceted career, Nina has developed a robust set of skills, including conducting policy analysis, crafting strategic initiatives, and advocating for ethical AI principles that prioritize transparency, fairness, and accountability. While at Meta, Nina led 0 to 1 product initiatives aimed at centering user privacy while simultaneously offering a transparent and delightful user experience. She developed a track record of successfully navigating highly technical product spaces with ease and building strong collaborations with key stakeholders. Nina also previously worked at the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) where she conducted fact-based policy research supporting the U.S. Congress in meeting its constitutional responsibilities.

Nina holds a Ph.D. from the University of Maryland, a Master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Bachelor’s degree from Cornell University.