Iretiolu Akinrinade is the network engagement associate on the Strategy and Engagement team at Data & Society. Ireti often finds herself collaborating or investigating at intersection of psychology, sociology, and technology. She is particularly interested in framing intersectionality within mental health care and diagnostic technologies. Ireti received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Tulane University and complimented her studies in Media and Communications as a visiting scholar at Goldsmiths University of London.
STAT NewsCovid-19 surveillance added new burdens on essential workers — and gave them little data to protect their healthMarch 2023
Data & SocietyEssentially Unprotected: Health Data and Surveillance of Essential Workers During the COVID-19 PandemicThis report by Health & Data researchers Livia Garofalo, Amanda Lenhart, Ireti Akinrinade and Joan Mukogosi explores how essential workers reacted to, and in some cases worked around, public health surveillance in their workplaces, set up in response to COVID-19. Read moreFebruary 2023
Data & SocietyAmanda Lenhart, Charlotte Willner, and Aden Van Noppen discuss designing healthy tech for young people. Read moreMay 2021
PointsThis pandemic response may shape the future of digital identity Read on PointsApril 2021