Innovation and emerging tech specialist building the technology partnerships at the United Nations Secretariat Office of ICT.
She co-created the UN Technology Innovation Labs (UNTIL) network and the UN Reboot Accelerator and serves as a member of their core global leadership team. She is also currently an Honorary Professor at the Wise Center for Economic
Justice at Glasgow Caledonia University in Scotland and the President of The Singer Foundation in California with a focus on women and children globally.
Previously she served on the Prince’s Trust charity in the UK, chaired the Women’s Council at Claremont Graduate University, and co-founded the Poverty Museum at the request of Muhammad Yunus and advisors among other innovative initiatives. She
was named the 75th National American Mother of the Year in 2010 based on her work with youth, family and community.