DIGITAL HEALTH | COMPUTATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE | PUBLIC UTILITIES | PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS
Mitzi László is a digital health strategist based in Amsterdam. She focuses on navigating the upsides and downsides of digitalisation of global public health in particular around governance of critical infrastructure. Apart from public speaking she has a column on tech and society in Ada Lovelace magazine and works as a consultant and academic researcher. She has given talks over the past decade including for Harvard Berkman Klein, BBC, and CERN.
Her experience includes interim Head of Strategy for a German open source cloud provider, cyber security consultant for executives, Solid manager for Sir Tim Berners-Lee’s startup, Inrupt/Solid, W3C co-chair of Solid CG, external advisor for health research and innovation financing for the European Commission, independent ethical auditor for the European Commission including the Next Generation Internet Pointer program, and neuroscientist for a Brazilian epidemiology study funded by the Wellcome Trust. She has founded a digital health company and a non-for-profit to extract the value of data without compromising data protection while aligning health and financial incentives.
She completed her bachelors in neuroscience at King’s College London, masters at IE Business School in International Affairs and has a Data Protection Officer Certificate from the European Centre for Privacy and Cybersecurity. Mitzi László is a multi-local born to a father from Amsterdam, a mother from London and brought up in Barcelona. She has worked in four languages: English, Spanish, Dutch, and Portuguese.