Lauren Krapf serves as the Anti-Defamation League’s Counsel for Technology Policy & Advocacy. Her work across the country includes advocacy to support targets of online harassment and hold social media companies accountable for their role in fomenting extremism, hate, antisemitism and racism. Lauren spearheads ADL’s anti-cyberharassment initiative, Backspace Hate, which was selected as an Honorable Mention in Fast Company magazine’s 2021 “World Changing Ideas” Awards. Prior to joining ADL, Lauren worked as a litigation associate in Los Angeles, where she was the co-founder of her law firm's Harassment and Bias Intervention Training (“HABIT”) Series. Lauren received her bachelor’s degree as an Ernie Pyle Scholar at Indiana University and her JD at Loyola Law School, where she was the Chief Note and Comment Editor of her law review. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree at University of Pennsylvania’s School of Social Policy and Practice.
Netroots Nation participation
- Netroots Nation 2021