Isabel has spent her career working at the intersection of social impact and technology. She co-founded a social enterprise, built and deployed products for frontline health workers in partnership with governments around the world, and served as the steward for multiple open-source platforms. Her work has allowed her to live in Rwanda, Uganda, Ethiopia, and Liberia. She is passionate about technology's potential to expand access to essential services and deeply energized by civic tech’s ever-growing commitment to building tools deserving of its users.
Outside of work, you can find her hunting through vintage markets, producing kindergarten-level ceramics, and trying out all of California’s best camping spots. Isabel holds a BA in Geography from Middlebury College with concentrations in Global Health and Spanish.