Amie Stepanovich is the director of EPIC's Domestic Surveillance Project. Her work encompasses the Fourth Amendment, national security, cybersecurity, digital identity, international privacy, and open government. Ms. Stepanovich is an expert on drone surveillance and has testified in front of Congress on the need for privacy protections for domestic drone use. She has discussed the privacy implications of surveillance at many prominent events, including the Internet Governance Forum (US), the General Assembly of the Atlantic Treaty Association, and the Dialouge on Diversity conference.
Prior to joining EPIC, Ms. Stepanovich received her J.D. from New York Law School, where she pursued studies on media law, technology, and the First Amendment. She has a Bachelors of Science degree, magna cum laude, in advertising from the Florida State University. Ms. Stepanovich is the former editor-in-chief for the New York Law School Media Law & Policy law journal. Ms. Stepanovich was a law clerk at the Legal Aid Society, the Media Law Resource Center, and T-Systems North America, Inc. She is a member of the New York and Washington, D.C. bars, the Federal Communications Bar Association, and a former EPIC IPIOP Clerk.