I help mission-driven organizations think strategically about program design, participatory engagement and sustainability. I’m also an open advocate, spending much of my career advising, advocating and designing for open access to content, data, research and code at Mozilla (1,2), Digital Science , Wikimedia, and Creative Commons.
My current focus in on sustainability, access and institutional change, working with the Wikimedia Foundation to launch and grow their endowment, and the Mozilla Foundation as a Senior Fellow researching data access and public interest tech. Most recently, I managed a network of community-based programs at the Mozilla Foundation, including science, learning, advocacy, open internet of things (IoT) and women and web literacy. Prior to that I founded and led Mozilla’s first open science program – the Mozilla Science Lab, where I led a team that empowered thousands of researchers, developers and librarians to collaborate through fellowships, mentorship, and project-based learning.