“The greatness of America lies not in being more enlightened than any other nation, but rather in her ability to repair her faults.” — Alexis de Tocqueville
Kendall Burman is Alloy's General Counsel based in our Washington, DC office.
Kendall counts herself lucky to have a job where she gets to advise and guide an organization with data at its core and aiding progressive causes as its aim. Kendall has spent her career working at the intersection of law, technology, and politics, and done so in a variety of roles. She served in the Obama administration as both an associate White House counsel and Deputy General Counsel for the Department of Commerce. She has also worked as chief staff counsel for the 2008 Obama campaign, worked in private practice advising clients on cybersecurity and data privacy, and was a fellow at both the Center for Democracy and Technology and the New America Foundation.
When not at work, Kendall can be found with her husband, wrangling their two sons and large golden retriever, somewhere in NW DC. She will take recommendations for short TV shows and short books - or other forms of entertainment for the attention-deprived.