Christine is an MBA candidate at Harvard Business School. She began her career at Dropbox, where she worked on global legal, security, and privacy issues as a security analyst and later as the Legal Team’s Chief of Staff. Her work experience also includes serving as the Head of Business Operations at Fountain, where she led the company through European privacy regulations like GDPR and as a Senior Management Associate at Bridgewater Associates. She trains security professionals through the SANS Institute and consults through GLG and Guidepoint. Christine studied Economics and Chinese at Wellesley College and has worked in China on a U.S. Department of State Fulbright Fellowship. Her research in China has garnered recognition from National Geographic, World Health Organization, and the United Nations. She is the youngest person to win the Rolex Awards for Enterprise and in 2017, was recognized as a Next Generation Leader by TIME Magazine. 

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Report - Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and Arthur Rock Center for Entrepreneurship

Reimagining Investing in Frontier Technology

| June 12, 2019

Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs’ Technology and Public Purpose Project (TAPP) and Harvard Business School’s Arthur Rock Center for Entrepreneurship co-hosted Reimagining Investing in Frontier Technology on May 15, 2019. This workshop convened over 70 investors (Limited Partners and General Partners), entrepreneurs, technologists, and others investing in and building frontier technologies in areas including artificial intelligence, genome engineering, advanced computing technologies, and more. The workshop explored the challenges investors and entrepreneurs face in bringing products to market in ways that maximize their benefits to society while minimizing harms.