Iva Nenadić, PhD in Communication Sciences, studies media pluralism in the context of content curation, ranking and moderation policies of online platforms, democratic implications such policies may have, and related regulatory interventions. Currently, she is a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, affiliated with the Center for Information, Technology, and Public Life (CITAP). At CMPF, she coordinates and supervises the implementation of the Media Pluralism Monitor in the area of Political Independence. At the Faculty of Political Science of Zagreb University, she teaches courses in media policy and computational propaganda. Iva takes part in the European Digital Media Observatory, where she conducts relevant research and analysis of policies designed to respond to disinformation challenges. She is also a member of the Horizon2020 project MEDIADELCOM, researching the transformations of the European media landscape considering risks and opportunities for deliberative communication. Earlier, Iva was a visiting researcher at Stuttgart Media University in Germany; she took part in the European Election Monitoring Center; as well as in the Governing Platforms project; and contributed to MEDIANE, joint Programme of the EU and the Council of Europe promoting diversity inclusiveness. Prior to her academic work, Iva collaborated with a number of media in Croatia as a journalist, editor, and producer.