Sasa Jovanovic works closely with information and communications technology (ICT) companies to respond to incoming regulatory and media inquiries related to escalated privacy incidents, including litigation, and manages investigative processes. At Venable, Sasa drives cross-functional alignment on privacy-related data and privacy strategy and policy, domestically and internationally. She supports clients in privacy program management, privacy operations, and regulatory responses. Sasa also contributes to Venable's Human Rights Assessment Program, developing assessment frameworks, conducting human rights research, and preparing assessment for ICT companies.
Prior to Venable, Sasa served at a major law firm supporting their trial and litigation department. She has written for or contributed to research at the Research Institute for Industrial Economics, the International Telecommunication Union, the United Nations, and the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. In addition to her role at Venable, Sasa advises Neveragaintech, a nonprofit that uses artificial intelligence to predict mass shootings from online activity, on implementing ethical considerations through policy development. Sasa also writes for Lawfare as a student contributor. She holds a B.A. with high honors in economics and government and legal studies from Bowdoin College, where she was an Innovation Fellow in digital and computational studies. Sasa is currently pursuing a master's degree in cybersecurity policy at Brown University.