Dr. Courtney Radsch is a journalist, scholar, and practitioner working at the nexus of technology, media, and policy. She serves on the masthead of Tech Policy Press, as outreach chair of the GigaNet network of Internet governance scholars, and as a fellow at the Center for Media, Data and Society. She is the former director of advocacy and communications at the Committee to Protect Journalists and currently works with ARTICLE 19 as its U.S. tech policy consultant. Radsch is a founding member of the ACOS (A Culture of Safety) Alliance and the Dynamic Coalition on Sustainability of Journalism and the News Media, which helped establish normative and practical frameworks that advance advocacy goals related to news media and independent journalism. She was appointed by the UN Secretary General to the Multistakeholder Advisory Group of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in 2021.