Alyssa Doom is the State Policy Director at the Computer & Communications Industry Association, where she oversees CCIA’s engagement with policymakers at the state and local level.
Prior to joining CCIA, she served as a manager for the Pew Charitable Trusts where her team worked with government leaders to promote the use of data and evidence in decision-making. She also previously worked for the Sunlight Foundation where she helped to advance open data policy and practice in support of a Bloomberg Philanthropies initiative.
She is an active member of the Arlington County Open Data Advisory Group, where she provides guidance and insight to the county’s open data leadership team. Alyssa also sits on the DC Open Government Coalition Board, which works to improve access to government information for District residents.
She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and a Master’s in Criminology from Portland State University.