Ife Ogunleye is a Policy Research Fellow at the Chamber of Progress with several years’ experience in multi-jurisdictional tech policy issues. She most recently worked as a project analyst with the Center for Long Term Cybersecurity at the University of California Berkeley where she worked on various Artificial Intelligence (AI) policy and regulatory issues alongside the California Department of Technology. Prior to this, she provided AI regulatory and strategic framework advice to national agencies and governments as a Policy Fellow at the AI for Good Foundation.
Ife has also worked as an attorney providing legal advice to multinational companies on mergers, acquisitions, and financings and conducting various anti-corruption, money laundering and fraud investigations. She began her career as a policy analyst working on privacy and consumer protection issues in the UK and Europe. She has a law degree from the University of Manchester and a master’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley.