Frances Haugen ’06 is coming to Olin Tonight, April 28.
Watch the event livestream here!
This is a special opportunity for our on-campus community to hear from Frances, a member of Olin’s first graduating class who made big news last fall when she revealed herself as the Facebook Whistleblower on 60 Minutes. Since going public, she has testified in front of the U.S. Congress, UK and EU Parliaments, the French Senate and National Assembly, and has engaged with lawmakers internationally on how to best address the negative impacts of social media platforms.
Frances will speak at 5:30 p.m. ET in the Norden Auditorium about how interdisciplinary education for technologists helps promote social good.
Tickets are free and seats are available for the Olin community on a first come, first served basis.
We will livestream on the Olin website for all who would like to tune in remotely.
Reserve a seat in person: Olin community, please check your email for this special option.
Please note: Masks will be required in Norden Auditorium for this event.
Reception to follow event.
Frances Haugen ’06 is an advocate for accountability and transparency in social media. Frances fundamentally believes that the problems we are facing today with social media are solvable, and is dedicated to uniting people around the world to bring about change.