Madison Jacobs

Madison Jacobs

Co-Founder

The Edtech Equity Project

Madison Jacobs is a tech policy and civil rights champion working as the confounder of The Edtech Equity Project (EE) to combat racial bias in edtech products and AI tools used in education and to tell the stories of underserved communities at the Public Rights Project (PRP) to ensure that civil rights laws in cities and state across the US are followed. Before her work at EE and PRP, Madison was a fellow of the Aspen Tech Policy Hub, where she built technology policy outputs on issues like improving access to water quality data, improving women's access to algorithmically-granted housing loans, and mitigating racial bias in AI-driven education technologies. Prior to her work in tech policy, Madison worked at several successful technology startups and companies, including Google, leading product marketing initiatives. Madison has a journalism degree from The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.

Tuesday, August 10, 2021

K-12 3

Mitigating Racial Bias in AI

Nidhi Hebbar
Madison Jacobs
David Jarboe
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Tuesday, August 10, 2021

K-12 3

Product Certifications: Identifying EdTech Designed for Powerful Learning

Susan Enfield
Matthew Greenfield
Jim Coulon
Madison Jacobs
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