I grew up in Hawaii. My first job was as a mango picker. Since then, life and purpose-driven work has taken me...
Archive for Profile Category: Rockefeller Foundation Panel for Data, Ethics and Community
Michael is the Director of the Matatu Festival of Stories in Oakland, CA. He has been a purveyor of good culture and public/private space in developing communities for nearly 20 years.
I’m a serial entrepreneur and strategist obsessed with building capacity, assets and relevance with those whom are mission driven. My passion and experience are reflective of the work I’ve done with youth, homeless, educators, activists, storytellers, artists, technologists and broadcasters.
Anselm Hook is a Canadian serial entrepreneur currently pioneering the field of Augmented Reality at groundbreaking startups like Dekko and Liminal. He previously worked at Palo Alto Research Center and regularly involves himself with community projects that bring social value through surprising perspectives.
I am a trans woman and scholar working at the intersections of information, technology, culture, and ethics. My research considers the ways in which the design and use of information technology can promote or hinder the pursuit of social justice.
Zakiya Harris is a Changemaker, working at the intersections of entrepreneurship, education & creative transformation. Zakiya is a co-founder of nationally recognized projects Impact Hub Oakland, Grind for the Green, Hack The Hood, Earthseed Consulting, and a Fellow of Green For All and Bold Food.
I am a UX designer with a passion for creating experiences that meet user needs in context—geographical, physical, emotional, intellectual—UX that satisfies, informs, and empowers without becoming a distraction.