Giselle Tirado

Intern, Family Online Safety Institute

Giselle Tirado, summer intern for FOSI,  is a rising junior majoring in government and finance at the College of William and Mary. She is committed to the mission of online safety as she actively works as the liaison of the digital world for her parents and two younger siblings (8 year old brother and 17 year old sister). During the academic year, Giselle continues this foster the ideals of online safety through leadership roles in her sorority, Chi Omega, and mentoring organizations on campus. Her various roles mentoring students include: acting as a lead caller at the William and Mary University Advancement Office, acting as a diversity mentor in the student peer advising network, and as an orientation aid through the First Year Experience Office. In her free time, she enjoys reading, hiking, and dancing. Giselle is very excited to continue working with the FOSI team this summer.

Recently written by Giselle


Sharing is Caring: Caring About Your Grades That Is

Insight into the different document sharing programs your college student might be using and tips and tricks that will help them navigate online sharing. 


What Parents Should Keep in Mind When Gaming With Their Child

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But I Can Just Delete It...Right?

In the era of constant digital feeds and screenshots, it is impossible to know exactly who has seen or recorded your latest posts. Although you may have deleted it could still have an impact on your future.