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Ethan Zuckerman is director of MIT’s Center for Civic Media and a principal research scientist at the MIT Media Lab. With Rebecca MacKinnon, Zuckerman co-founded international blogging community Global Voices and served as researcher and fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, where he served as a researcher and fellow for eight years, before coming to MIT in 2011. He writes at http://ethanzuckerman.com/blog.
"I'm an activist, blogger and geek, living in Western Massachusetts and working in Cambridge as a research fellow at the Berkman Center. As co-founder of Global Voices, I'm interested in ways that citizen's media can address longstanding biases in the news media. Before working at the Berkman, I helped found Geekcorps, a non-profit organization that shipped geeks to the developing world to run Internet technology trainings. Prior to that, I was part of the team that founded Tripod, one of the early online community companies. When not blogging, researching or making trouble, I help out with Worldchanging, Open Society Institute's Information Program and other fun technology and development projects. My personal blog is “My Heart's in Accra…”" 
In July 2010 he noted: "I'm thrilled to announce that the Omidyar Network has made a $1.2 million investment in Global Voices's work. Omidyar is a philanthropic foundation created by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar and his wife Pam". 
- International Advisory Board, AccessNow.org 
- Advisory Board, Electronic Frontier Foundation 
- Advisor, Digital Activism Research Project 
Resources and articles
- Ethan Zuckerman, Global Voices, accessed February 18, 2011.
- About, AccessNow.org, accessed February 18, 2011.
- Electronic Frontier Foundation Advisory Board, organizational web page, accessed June 7, 2013.
- Digital Activism Research Project Advisors, organizational web page, accessed December 3, 2013.