Amber Ezzell

Policy Counsel for Artificial Intelligence

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Amber Ezzell is AI Policy Counsel on the Future of Privacy Forum’s U.S. policy team. In addition to providing resources, guidance, and expertise on AI policy, Amber leads FPF’s work on employee and workplace privacy. During her time at FPF, Amber has filed comments to the Federal Election Commission on the use of generative AI in campaigns, published guidance and analysis at the intersection of AI and employment, and has spoken and written about various topics related to responsible AI use.

Prior to joining FPF, Amber clerked for a Supervisory Administrative Judge at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and interned at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. Prior to law school, Amber served in state government as a Tennessee Governor’s Management Fellow, where she led and managed special projects for various Cabinet-level agencies. Amber received her J.D. from the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law and B.A. in Political & Social Thought and African-American & African Studies from the University of Virginia.

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Regu(AI)ting Health: Lessons for Navigating the Complex Code of AI and Healthcare Regulations
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FPF Submits Comments to the FEC on the Use of Artificial Intelligence in Campaign Ads
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FPF Releases Generative AI Internal Policy Checklist To Guide Development of Policies to Promote Responsible Employee Use of Generative AI Tools
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