With more than two decades in digital and social science, Payal Arora breaks down barriers by talking about inherent inequities that marginalize underrepresented groups. In particular, Arora sheds light on women in the Global South.
As a senior professor at Erasmus University, she leverages her digital experience to make students aware of the power of the internet in alleviate the circumstances facing low-income world citizens. Offering topics to global audiences about diversity, inclusion, and transformation, Arora is a sought-after speaker in the areas of technology and media cultures.
Why you should book Payal Arora for your next event
- Payal Arora is an inspiring and passionate speaker who brings audiences a wealth of information about the internet’s role in alleviating poverty for marginalized communities.
- She leverages her digital expertise to offer important insights into how individuals and groups may participate in digital activism to positively transform the world. Offering actionable steps for incorporating technology into inclusion efforts, she’s become a powerful voice in the area of digital and social mobility.
- An author of popular books, Arora receives recognition for delving into online security and privacy challenges in developing countries.
Payal Arora is a critically acclaimed author and speaker who has delivered keynote addresses in more than 62 countries. As a senior professor of Technology at Erasmus University Rotterdam, she leverages her two decades of experience to educate about digital science. With a particular interest in marginalized women in the Global South, Arora shares information about the power of the internet in raising awareness about issues facing the global poor.
In 2020, Arora founded FemLab.co to help enhance networks for marginalized women with the help of digital media. As a prolific writer, her work is available in media and publications, such as BBC, TechCrunch, The Boston Globe, and the Economist.
She’s also authored numerous books about the digital media age and its impact on developing countries. Dot Com Mantra focuses on digital media in the Central Himalayas and its impact on digitally disadvantaged groups. In 2019, her book called The Next Billion Users explores privacy and national security issues of developing countries. She’s also co-authored a book about new media, which offers the reader insights into the relationship between cultural transformations and technology.
As an acclaimed speaker on the inclusion of low-income groups in the digital evolution, Arora brings audiences a wealth of insights on the topic.
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