Sneha Revanur is the founder and president of Encode Justice, which she launched in July 2020. Born and raised in the heart of Silicon Valley, she is also a second-year at Williams College in Massachusetts studying political science and economics, and was a summer fellow at the Center for AI and Digital Policy.
Sneha’s work has been covered in CNN, the Washington Post, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, The Guardian, POLITICO, CNBC, Reuters, MIT Technology Review, Teen Vogue, Wired, The Hill, and more. Sneha was most recently the youngest to participate in the 2024 World Economic Forum in Davos; the youngest individual named to TIME’s inaugural list of the 100 most influential voices in AI; the youngest participant invited to meet with Vice President Harris on a White House roundtable about AI; and the youngest member of Mozilla’s list of the 25 rising stars shaping our digital future.
In her free time, Sneha enjoys boasting about her unrivaled spice tolerance, curating playlists in foreign languages (20 and counting!), playing GeoGuessr, and singing.