Open Innovation

Finding inspiration from non-traditional sources

Bringing diverse organizations and people together and working in an open, transparent way can inspire solutions that transcend what is possible with silo mentality. My journey to understand open innovation stems from the open science movement, which aims to make scientific research and its dissemination accessible to all levels of society.

Organizations I support

I am a Co-founder of this non-profit based in Switzerland that helps early career researchers learn about open science.

I am Co-Founder of this organization that strives to provide quality training for quality research. Training topics include open science, data literacy, and research software engineering.

I am a Mentor and Expert of this international UK-based non-profit training Open Science Leaders.

I am an Advisory Board Member for this US-based full-tuition scholarship for a woman in STEM funded by Cards Against Humanity.