Fahad Dogar is Senior Fellow at the Burnes Center for Social Change and an associate professor of computer science and a senior fellow for civic technology at Tufts University. Before joining Tufts, he was a postdoctoral researcher in the systems and networking group at Microsoft Research UK. His research interests span the broad areas of networking, distributed systems, and technologies for social impact. He has published at top venues in computer systems and networking (e.g., ACM SIGCOMM, Usenix NSDI, etc) as well as in HCI and accessibility (e.g., ACM CHI, ACM CSCW, ACM ASSETS, etc). His teaching at Tufts includes a course on computing for developing regions which focuses on understanding the challenges and opportunities of using various technology-based interventions in low income communities. Dogar completed his Ph.D. at Carnegie Mellon University and his B.Sc. from LUMS, Pakistan. His awards include a VMWare Early Career Fellowship, Facebook Faculty Fellowship, and a gold medal from the President of Pakistan for being the top computer science student in his undergraduate cohort.