Head of Public Policy - Bumble
Nima leads Bumble's Public Policy work across Europe. She is a technology policy expert, passionate about advocating for online safety for women and girls, encouraging responsible innovation and safety-by-design policies to help end misogyny and online harassment. She has extensive experience in law, technology regulation, international relations, peacebuilding, and public-private cooperation having previously worked at the World Economic Forum, in Government, at the UN and at international law firms in the UK and the Middle East.
Nima holds degrees from Harvard Law School, where she was a UK Fulbright Scholar, Oxford and King's College, London. Nima has written, spoken and lectured on technology policy and law. She has been recognised for her achievements by the UK Powerlist as a Rising Star in 2012 and selected to join the Forum of Young Global Leaders by the World Economic Forum in 2016.