Jacqueline Wernimont is an anti-racist, feminist scholar working toward greater justice in digital cultures. She writes about long histories of media and technology – particularly those that count and commemorate -- and entanglements with archives and historiographic ways of knowing. She is a network weaver across humanities, arts, and sciences. This work includes co-Directing HASTAC and the Digital Humanities and Social Engagement Cluster at Dartmouth. She is the faculty director of the Digital Justice Lab, a DHSE lab. Previously she has co-directedASU’s Human Security Collaboratory (Global Security Institute at Arizona State University) and directed Nexus: A digital research co-op.