Nathaniel Levy

Lead coordinator for CopyrightX
Project Manager, Berkman Center for Internet & Society

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Nathaniel Levy is the lead coordinator for CopyrightX and a Project Manager at the Berkman Center, where he privileged to work on several initiatives that deal with education and innovation. In his role for CopyrightX, Nathaniel has a hand in most aspects of the design, development, implementation, and assessment of the course. He also manages the Harvard Digital Problem-Solving Initiative pilot, an experimental venture incubated by the Berkman Center and launched in Fall 2013 that enables students, faculty, fellows, and others at Harvard to work together in teams on use cases of digital problem-solving. Nathaniel graduated from Brown University with an A.B. in History. Since graduating, in addition to working at Berkman Nathaniel has run intro computer classes for adults, contributed to seedling open education projects, and climbed Neutaconkanut Hill in Providence, Rhode Island.

Ana Enriquez

Head Teaching Fellow, CopyrightX
Fellow, Berkman Center for Internet & Society
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Ana Enriquez is the Head Teaching Fellow for CopyrightX and a fellow at the Berkman Center, where she contributes to the Center’s efforts to test and advance new interdisciplinary approaches in teaching and learning. Her academic interests focus on how tech law, especially copyright, furthers (and hinders) the aims of libraries, universities, and other educational institutions. Ana received her J.D. from Berkeley Law in 2013. During law school, she worked for the Harvard Law School Library, the Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic, and the Berkman Center. She holds an A.B. in history and literature from Harvard College.


Ed Popko

Geek Team, Berkman Center for Internet & Society


Ed Popko is part of the Berkman Geek Team specializing in desktop support and end-user technology.  Prior to coming to the Berkman Center, Ed worked for Tufts University Information Technology where he coordinated IT efforts with a focus towards the Tufts medical community.  Ed has been a technology consultant to Tufts Medical School, Mt. Auburn Hospital, and Children’s Hospital Boston with a focus on clinical technology and electronic medical records systems.

In addition, Ed has worked for the United States Census Bureau helping coordinate operations and support for a wide variety of federal studies including the American Community Survey, Consumer Expenditure Survey, and the 2000 Census.


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