Executive Board Members

 

President - Jill Crosby

Jill Crosby is a 2L at AUWCL with an interest in legislative drafting, privacy policies, and emerging technology regulations. Jill also serves as the Online and Communications Editor for the American University Legislation and Policy Brief as well as Treasurer for the Women’s Law Association and the Communications and Media Law Society. As a proud First-Generation college student, Jill graduated from Cornell University with a B.S. in Policy Analysis and Management. Previously, Jill has worked for the American Economic Association, and during her 1L summer, Jill served as a Law Clerk for the Computer and Communications Industry Association.

Vice President

Vice President TLSS
 

Joseph Roskop is a rising 2L with American University Washington College of Law's dual-degree JD/MPA program. Specializing in National Security, Cyber-security, and the study of Cyber-statecraft, Joseph graduated from Arizona State University with a BA in Global Studies and a certification in Public Policy & Administration. He has also studied International Relations at the Institute de Sciences Politiques, Aix-en-Provence, France. His most recent research experience includes documenting Thailand's first election after its 2014 military coup. Previously, a K-12 educator, he is currently a Junior Staffer with the National Security Law Brief, a proud member of the Mock Trial Honor Society.

Treasurer - Lauren Mantel

Lauren Mantel is a 2L at AUWCL. Lauren is interested in balancing privacy and civil liberties with national security. In addition to her work with the Tech, Law, & Security Society, Lauren is on American University Law Review and a Research Assistant for TLS Privacy Across Borders project. During her 1L summer, Lauren was a Legal Intern at TSA in the Chief Counsel's office.

Alumni Coordinator - Harrison Grant

Harrison Grant is a 2L at AUWCL and a member of the Mock Trial Honor Society. Harrison’s interests lie at the intersection of data privacy, cybersecurity, and national security. He has professional experience in cybersecurity policy through an internship with the Center for Cybersecurity Policy and Law at Venable LLP. He also researched third-party code risks, data brokers, and the AdTech ecosystem through a project coordinated by Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy. In his free time, Harrison enjoys hiking and cooking.