Do Big Good
Mary (she/her) is the Founder of Do Big Good, a Seattle-based impact measurement firm, and has over a decade of global experience at the intersection of research, innovation, and social change. Mary was New Media Operations Manager for President Obama’s groundbreaking 2008 campaign, is the editor of the book Digital Activism Decoded, and received research funding from the National Science Foundation for her work creating activism data sets. She has consulted and collaborated with nonprofits, foundations, and creative firms from North America, Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East, including the Mozilla Foundation, Open Society Foundation, and Google VR. She received graduate training in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and in Communication at the University of Washington. Mary enjoys biking in the rain (PNW pride!), intentional communities, and contemporary art.