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2019 Fellows

Adam Drake

Technology leader. People and process advisor. High-performance computing, machine learning, distributed systems enthusiast. Student. Teacher.

Adele Luta

Scientist and instructor with operational experience developing technical solutions as part of a multidisciplinary teams.

Ali Diallo

Entrepreneur, mentor, writer, and strategist focused on mobile technology, media, and social impact. Partner at United Ventures and Global Manager at MIT.

Clarice Chan

Social impact technologist applying user-centered design to solve human-centered problems at scale.

Georgeta Dragoiu

Entrepreneur, business strategist, and public relations professional, shaping public policy debates through strategic communications and creative stakeholder engagement.

Joy Whitt

Developer, data analyst, and tech inclusion leader. Over 13 years of civic engagement and public service experience.

Maria Lynne Dayton

Seasoned social entrepreneur and systems designer with more than 20 major development and IT projects deployed globally.

Maura Newell

Researcher and designer for social impact. Organizational strategist and facilitator. Passionate about solving complex challenges and creating more equitable outcomes for communities.

Michael Pritchard

Tinkerer, developer, executive, investor and entrepreneur building teams and companies.

Nelson A. Colón Vargas

Mathematician, data scientist, and educator with 10 years of experience in analytics ranging from academia, to startups, and Fortune 100 companies.
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