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Christina Li

has served as an expert for two branches of U.S. Government on the intersection of religion and foreign policy. She has also led on human rights and mass atrocities programming, managing more than $70 million in programs through the span of her career. Currently on leave from the U.S. Department of State, Christina is currently researching the intersection of artificial intelligence, society, and law. Li focused on Economics and Psychology while in undergrad at Stanford University, and holds a Masters in International Human Rights Law from University of Oxford, and a Masters in International Development and Nonprofit Management from University of California, San Diego.

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