I'm an open source professional. I love to collaborate, lead, and inspire people to work together. My roles connect to my passion for open collaboration in a technical setting to achieve amazing results.
Corporate Open Source
Open Source Program Office (OSPO)
OSPOs manage open source policies and processes to help companies and engineers achieve success. I have created and managed multiple OPSOs, performed open source audits, established tooling, published hundreds of projects, and reviewed dozens of open source deals.
Open Source, Openly
Member of TODOGroup, Open Source Directors
The TODOGroup is a group of Open Source professionals committed to improving corporate open source programs. We publish guides, deliver talks, address issues, and coordinate with open source foundations to help improve the industry.
President of Yahoo Employee Foundation (YEF)
I was president of YEF where I leverages the talent, time, and financial resources of Yahoo employees to serve communities around the globe. Over 19 years, we issued more than $44M to 800 worthy causes. As president, I led the board and guided our social responsibility efforts.
Yahoo's Tech for Good Initiative
I led initiatives that ensured Yahoo's technology was used for good. For example, we improved the security features for a suicide prevention website. We open sources COVID data tools. I represented Yahoo at the White House's Champions of Change event.
Guest Lecturer, Keynote Speaker, Top Writer
I have lectured at Columbia University, New York University, and Hunter College. I delivered the keynote address at the Linux Foundation Japan conference and the Verizon Media Tech Pulse. I have published open source guides and research papers.
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