Paige is the Senior Speech and Privacy Activist at EFF, where she focuses on the fulfillment of civil liberties and corporate threats to speech and privacy online. Passionate about highlighting how minoritised communities are stifled by state surveillance and corporate restrictions, she has worked with governments and activists across the globe to collaboratively facilitate change.
Prior to joining EFF, Paige led advocacy and campaigns at the Copenhagen-based Freemuse, an organisation defending the right to artistic and creative freedom; and worked as Press Manager for the Berlin-based Disruption Network Lab who operate at the intersection of politics, technology, and society. She has also worked for the Deputy Speaker in the UK Parliament, and with Orchid Project, who advocate for an end to female genital cutting. Paige holds a Master’s degree in Law from Leeds Law School, Master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Copenhagen, and a Bachelor’s degree in Politics and History from Brunel University London.