I am an award-winning designer, published author, and international keynote speaker. I used to be an Experience Design consultant for Google, but I left Silicon Valley because I believed (and still believe) the industry misuses data. I left because I felt the issues need to be addressed through innovation rather than strict regulation.
Since leaving Silicon Valley, I have written a book, called Automating Humanity, and started DataGrade, both focused on increasing technology literacy and purpose-driven innovation. I've obtained my Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) license so I'm capable of helping companies build and maintain compliance programs within their company, and I've built my own softwares to automate my own processes as well. I have advised US Attorneys General on FB & Google Antitrust cases, helped shape privacy law across multiple states, and devised global governance frameworks with large organizations such as the World Economic Forum.
You may have seen me featured in The Social Dilemma on Netflix or read my articles on Forbes. My work has been featured by major media organizations such as CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, CGTN in China, CBS in Canada, KBS in Korea, Keshet in Isreal, TED, and other prominent institutions around the globe. If you're short on time, watch my TED Talk, “Want to work for Google? You already do,” for a quick summary of what I do and why I do it.
I've built my career working cross-functionally. I started as a data scientist, evolved into a creative technologist who could both design and code, and spent the last several years developing immense operational skills as a fractional operating officer helping companies automate processes. I'm more than confident that I have the knowledge and network to make an exponential impact on any team.
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