Emily Parker is CoinDesk’s government director of worldwide content material. Beforehand, Emily was a member of the Coverage Planning workers on the U.S. State Division, the place she suggested on Web freedom and digital diplomacy. Emily was a author/editor at The Wall Avenue Journal and an editor at The New York Occasions. She is the co-founder of LongHash, a blockchain startup that focuses on Asian markets.
She is the creator of “Now I Know Who My Comrades Are: Voices From the Web Underground” (Farrar, Straus & Giroux). The e-book tells the tales of Web activists in China, Cuba and Russia. Mario Vargas Llosa, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, known as it “a rigorously researched and reported account that reads like a thriller.” She was chief technique officer at Silicon Valley social media startup Parlio, which was acquired by Quora.
She has achieved public talking all around the world, and is presently represented by the Leigh Bureau. She has been interviewed on CNN, MSNBC, NPR, BBC and lots of different tv and radio exhibits. Her e-book has been assigned at Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Tufts, UCSD and different colleges.
Emily speaks Chinese language, Japanese, French and Spanish. She graduated with Honors from Brown College and has a Masters from Harvard in East Asian Research. She holds Bitcoin, Ether and smaller quantities of different cryptocurrencies.