Molly Kinder is a senior advisor on Work, Workers and Technology at New America. She is also a fellow at the Beeck Center for Social Impact & Innovation and adjunct faculty at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy, where she teaches a graduate seminar on the social, economic and policy implications of Artificial Intelligence. Molly is leading human-centered research on workers’ perspective on automation and their motivations and constraints to opportunity. Previously, Molly served in the Obama administration as director in a new innovation program, and was co-founder and vice president of a $200-million social impact fund. She is co-author of the book, “Millions Saved: Proven Successes in Global Health.” Molly is an alum of the University of Notre Dame and has a Master’s degree from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.