Jenny Stefanotti is the co-founder of OneProject, an initiative to align humanity's resources with humanities values. OneProject is currently focused on bringing aligned, patient capital to mission-driven technology companies and shifting the narrative of how we define success in business.
She serves on the board of directors of Ushahidi, a leading crowdsourcing platform for human rights, disaster response, and elections monitoring; and is an advisor to several startups including AltSchool and Further Future.
Jenny was formerly a fellow and lecturer at Stanford's d.school, where she focused on applying the methods of design thinking to improving governance in the developing world. There she taught a course entitled "Rebooting Governance with Design Thinking" with political science professor Jeremy Weinstein. She worked alongside mySociety, a leading civic tech nonprofit, and within the President's Office of Mexico to implement human centered design based programs.
Additionally Jenny has an extensive background in strategy and technology, having spent five years at Google and two years as a management consultant in the technology industry. She developed sales, product, and operational strategies with a primary emphasis on emerging markets.
Jenny has a Master's Degree in international development and economics from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and completed her undergraduate studies in engineering physics at UC Berkeley.