Graduate, Harvard College and Harvard Law. Began career as a Wall Street attorney before turning to philanthropy and non-profit tech over a decade ago. Has represented banks, philanthropists and progressive non-profits. Designed and launched NGOsource, a service focused on international grant making. Most recently, Vice-President, Strategic Alliances and General Counsel, TechSoup, the global social enterprise that has connected civil society organizations around the world with over $9 billion in donated tech-based resources. Topics: equity and bias in tech, blockchain, digital assets, data governance, data policy, global tech policy, tech ethics, data ethics, tech governance
Executive Committee, World Economic Forum
San Francisco, USA
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Using Your Voice
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Sheila Warren has spent her career using her voice to help address blind spots in law and technology. Hear the powerful story of her journey from Wall Street to Silicon Valley to the World Economic Forum, and leave inspired to effect change in your own community.
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