Female founded or co-founded companies in the mobile space.
Executive Director, WIM Accelerator
Women Innovate Mobile
New York, Other
We invest in gender-diverse founding teams that are focused on the mobile space. At WIM we recognize that one size does not fit all when scaling a business. That's why we have developed an accelerator program that provides seed capital, access to a robust network, and tailor-made solutions for entrepreneurs ready to grow th...
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Women Innovate Mobile (WIM) Accelerator
Executive Director, Acclerator Program
August 2013 — Present
Board Member, Young Alumni Advisory Board
January 2008 — Present
March 2013 — July 2013
Department of Homeland Security
Intel Ops Specialist
November 2010 — June 2012
•Awarded Special Act Award in 2011 for superior performance in the budget process,
policy design, and for developing a comprehensive customer outreach program.
•Facilitated White House-requested threat presentationsin cities acrossthe country, coordinated
among at least three distinct government departments.
•Briefed foreign dignitaries on behalf of DHS OI&A, and gave regular presentationsto customers.
•Authored key DHS policy on joint seal intelligence analysis production for intelligence consumers.
•Regularly coordinated intelligence activities of 76 Intelligence Officers across the United States.
Booz Allen Hamilton
July 2009 — November 2010
•Received Absolute Personal Best Award for excellence in client service (September 2010).
•Provided strategic analysisto DHS OI&A client; regularly authored DHS products forsenior
•Led weekly informational teleconference call for more than 90 participants on client’s behalf,
repeatedly highlighted to Congressfor its significance as a DHS outreach and information-sharing venue.
•Created and pitched Social Media Mentoring Program to support firm’s senior partners regarding
use of social media in the intelligence community. This included managing the project’s budget, marketing, rollout, and team of five consultants, senior consultants, and associates.
•Published social media and security article in the firm’s Information Assurance Journal distributed to 15,000+
security industry professionals).
•Prepared panel discussion for White House Deputy Chief Technology Officer at Aspen Ideas Festival in Aspen, CO. (July 2009).
•Editor of the company’s monthly Board Diversity Initiative Newsletter, disseminated to 2,500 customers.
Booz Allen Hamilton
July 2007 — June 2009
•Awarded Booz Allen’s Absolute Personal Best award for providing outstanding client service (2008) and received Certificate of Appreciation for excellence in project development and superior performance (2009).
•Executed telecommunications and emergency communications policy on behalf of client.
•Assisted in creation of the Emergency Communications Preparedness Center (ECPC), a body designed to address federal telecommunicationsissues.
Dartmouth College Fund
Senior Class Gift Intern
January 2005 — June 2007
Tuck Bridge Program
Bachelor's degree, Government