Cheryl Contee specializes in helping non-profit organizations and foundations use social tech to create social good. She is also the co-founder of Jack and Jill Politics writing as “Jill Tubman” on one of the top black blogs online.
Cheryl was recently named as an Affiliate of Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society. Cheryl is included in The Root 100 list of established and emerging African-American leaders. Huffington Post listed her as one of the Top 27 Female Founders in Tech to Follow on Twitter in 2011. Fast Company named her one of their 2010 Most Influential Women in Tech to Follow on Twitter. She serves on numerous boards and is a sought-after speaker for TV, news media and conferences.
She received her B.A. from Yale University and has an International Executive M.B.A. from Georgetown University.