Alexis Bonnell: Emerging Technology Evangelist, Public Sector, Google | Former Chief Innovation Officer, USAID
Alexis Bonnell is a Senior Business Executive and the Emerging Technology Evangelist for Public Sector at Google. Government is navigating unprecedented times, unprecedented opportunity and can leverage unprecedented technology to solve our nations and the world's most pressing challenges. More than ever, Public Servants are leading the charge to create a better, more equitable, and empowered experience for citizens. Alexis was one of the first members of the Internet’s original Trade Association, served as a Chief Profit Officer for companies transitioning to a digital existence, applied her communications, project management, innovation and technology application skills in over 20 warzones, global disasters, and major transformation projects for the United Nations. At USAID, Alexis was a public servant who led Transformation and Knowledge Management in the Management Bureau, was the Chief of Engagement for Education, one of the Founders of USAID’s U.S. Global Development Lab, and recently completed her service as USAID’s Chief Innovation Officer. At Google, Alexis dedicates her time to helping public servants catalyze their missions with technology.
Craig Broderick: Corporate Director and former Chief Risk Officer, Goldman Sachs
Craig Broderick presently serves on the Board of Directors of Bank of Montreal and McDermott International. He retired from Goldman Sachs in January 2018 after 32 years, having served most recently as the firm’s Chief Risk Officer from 2008-2018, responsible for the firm’s credit, market, operational, model and independent liquidity risk, as well as insurance. He was a member of GS’s Management Committee and chair or co-chair of its most senior risk committees. He remains affiliated with GS as a Senior Director. He also serves as a Director of RMG Group, and as a senior advisor to the Stone Point private equity firm, and to the Credit Benchmark alternative credit risk data solutions business. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, Mr. Broderick worked at the Chase Manhattan Bank. Mr. Broderick holds a BA (Econ) from The College of William and Mary, and has been active with his alma mater including serving for eight years until 2017 as a Trustee, and as chair of its Investment Committee. He is active in a variety of non-profit organizations.
Bobby Jefferson: Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, DAI Global Health
Bobby Jefferson, a leader in information and communications technology for development (ICT4D), works to expand DAI’s range of digital health services. He is responsible for sourcing, evaluating, and implementing technology startup investment opportunities. He performs technology reviews of early-stage companies, startup innovations, and early-stage social venture to apply digital health and cybersecurity to address key issues in international development and LMIC. He uses private-sector digital health, interoperability, and cybersecurity solutions to support international development projects for the U.S. Agency for International Development and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. He has roles as a competition judge, technology reviewer, and judge of early-stage funding, including the Innovation to Action Challenge, Global Health Innovation Prize, and InnovateHealth@Yale Prize.
Dow Martin: Manager, Global Restoration Initiative, World Resources Institute
Ornanong (Dow) Martin manages mapping and monitoring solutions for landscape restoration champions in governments, non-profits, and businesses. In her previous roles with the Global Restoration Initiative, she developed the team’s global strategy and managed restoration projects and research in Rwanda. She also started the Forests Program’s monitoring and evaluation (M&E) practice. Prior to WRI, Dow provided M&E training and completed performance and impact evaluations in Asia and Africa as a Program Officer at the National Democratic Institute. She also consulted for Pact and MSI and served as a community organizer for thousands of migrant workers with United Farm Workers and Migrant Justice Program, Thailand. Dow earned an MA in International Development Studies from George Washington University and a BA in Law from University of California, Irvine. In her spare time, Dow enjoys playing tennis and singing with her husband, Nick.
Nick Martin: President & CEO, TechChange
Nick Martin is the founder and CEO of TechChange, where he oversees all strategy and programming. Nick is an educator, technologist, and social entrepreneur. He is a PopTech Social Innovation Fellow (2013), an Ariane de Rothschild Fellow (2014), and an International Youth Foundation Global Fellow (2009). Nick was also the runner-up for the Society for International Development’s Rice Award (2014). He is an adjunct faculty member at George Washington University and Georgetown University. Nick received his BA with honors from Swarthmore College and holds an MA in Peace Education from the United Nations mandated University for Peace (UPEACE).
Trish Martinelli: Deputy Director, Collaboration Portfolio, National Security Innovation Network
Ms. Trish Martinelli is the Deputy Director for the Collaboration Portfolio at the National Security Innovation Network. Ms. Martinelli was the Deputy Chief of the Director’s Strategy Group at the Joint IED Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) serving in that capacity for three JIEDDO Directors from 2013 to 2016. She has previously served as a Program Management Analyst, Intelligence Officer, and Policy Advisor at the Office of Naval Intelligence. Ms. Martinelli’s tours include 107th Military Intelligence (MI) Battalion (Fort Ord), 311th MI Battalion (Fort Campbell), 704th MI Brigade (Fort Meade) and the Defense Language Institute (Monterey) as a military language instructor, Deputy to the Chief of Staff – Operations, and Commandant’s strategic planner. Trish has a Bachelor’s degree in foreign languages, a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Maryland (UMD), a professional certificate in Terrorism Analysis from UMD, and a specialization certificate in Design Thinking from the Darden School, University of Virginia.
Mackenzie Colgan Reinoso: Principal, Volery Capital Partners
Mackenzie Colgan Reinoso is a Principal at Volery Capital Partners, a private equity firm focused on financial services companies generating positive impact based in Greenwich, CT. Passionate about leveraging the capital markets to create social and environmental change, she has also worked for Work Capital, a public equity ESG firm, and ImpactAssets, a field builder and capital allocator in the impact space. Prior to ImpactAssets, she worked for Acumen on the ground in East Africa making investments in the healthcare sector. Additionally, she has held roles at New York Life Investments in sales and distribution, and at the Clinton Foundation's Climate and Health Access Initiatives. She continues to engage in global public health through her involvement on the Young Professionals Board of Amref Health Africa. She attended Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY, and is proudly married to a W&M alum, class of 2007.