Ashlyn Jaeger serves as the Program Manager for the Ethics, Society, and Technology Hub jointly managed by EIS and the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences. In this role, she builds relationships and administers programs aimed at generating a culture shift in the way Stanford prepares its students, faculty, and staff to consider the ethical and societal consequences of advances in science and technology.
She earned her PhD in Sociology with an emphasis in Science and Technology Studies at the University of California, Davis. While at UC Davis, she worked as an outreach and programs coordinator for underrepresented students and a labor organizer for the UC student-workers union. Her experiences collaborating with students and faculty across disciplines inform her approach to connecting and amplifying efforts at Stanford to put ethics at the center of science and technology teaching and research. In her spare time, she enjoys reading feminist science fiction, practicing yoga, and going on walks with her dog Appa.