Student Analysts

Carolina Oxenstierna

Student Analyst
Oxenstierna, Carolina

Carolina Oxenstierna (she/her) is a Student Analyst at the Beeck Center for Social Impact + Innovation at Georgetown University, working on the Artificial Intelligence Use in Government project. She is conducting research and organizing roundtables exploring the government’s role in using AI, in collaboration with the Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET) and the Georgetown Tech Institute.

Carolina is currently the Vice President of the Georgetown Responsible AI Network, a student-led organization focused on AI safety. She helps run their AI Policy fellowship which centers on AI and national security, existential risk, governance initiatives, and AI ethics. She also works at The Red House at Georgetown, where she is conducting research on AI and higher education.

Carolina is passionate about mitigating threats to human rights and civil liberties while fostering transformative technological advancement.

She is a Senior at Georgetown’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, studying Tech Policy and Human Rights through the Culture & Politics program. She is also minoring in Tech, Ethics and Society and has received certification in French proficiency. Carolina is currently based in Washington, DC.