Elijah Armstrong is a Policy Fellow for the Youth and Education Privacy team at the Future of Privacy Forum. He develops K-12 student privacy resources, co-creates and trainings for educators, and conducts research for FPF’s initiatives. He also fosters and maintains relationships with education and privacy stakeholders, specifically those who protect the rights of marginalized students.
Elijah graduated from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, where he earned his Masters in Education Policy and Management. Following graduation, he worked as a Dean’s Education Fellow with Boston Public Schools. Elijah graduated with his Bachelors in Education and Public Policy from Penn State, and while there interned in the office of Congressman Ed Perlmutter, and the office of Senator Bob Casey through the American Association of People with Disabilities. Elijah also founded Equal Opportunities for Students where he runs the Heumann-Armstrong Award, an educational award for students with disabilities.