Rayne Sullivan

Law Student Fellow

Rayne’s work focuses on climate change, emergent technology law, Indigenous innovation, as well as impact investing in oceans and island communities, especially Hawaiʻi. He represented the United States at the United Nations’ Youth4Climate Summits and was an oceans and innovation advisor to the Government of Palau at COP27.

Rayne has worked at Google X supporting breakthrough climate and oceans tech for planetary impact. Additionally, Rayne serves on the board of advisors for the Oxford Artificial Intelligence Society (OxAI). 

At RegLab, Rayne researches the privacy concerns surrounding the use of satellite imagery for environmental protection and regulatory enforcement. At Stanford, Rayne is currently pursuing his J.D. and advising the Office of Sustainability. He also researched climate AI as a Stanford Human-Centered AI graduate fellow. Rayne holds a master’s degree from the University of Oxford, where he researched global AI development. He received his B.A. from Georgetown University, where he focused on international relations and foreign direct investment.