Ms. Khanna has worked across sectors and led nonprofit, for-profit and political organizations. She is a co-founder of Fuse Corps, a venture that matches experienced leaders with mayors to drive innovation. She co-led Atlanta Women for Obama in 2008 and was a senior member of an Atlanta mayoral campaign. She also led and transformed several leading nonprofit organizations after building healthcare centers in central India and beginning her career at Andersen Consulting LLP (now Accenture).
Mark brings extensive entrepreneurial, management and strategic experience to Points of Light. As the co-founder of a specialty M&A firm that worked with emerging IT services firms and innovative technology startups, Mark has years of experience in mergers & acquisitions, transaction structuring, strategic planning and creating access to capital. Mark has also long served as a trustee and advisor of private and local community foundations.
Megan oversees the general operations of the Civic Accelerator. As a social change and start-up enthusiast, Megan spent the past 7 years working alongside several early stage nonprofit and for-profit social ventures to develop scalable processes for growth and social impact.
Jasmine is working to support all efforts of the Civic Accelerator; including working extensively with the Civic Accelerator to offer program, evaluation, and event support. Jasmine previously worked at The Posse Foundation in Miami, FL co-managing all of the programmatic components.
Chief Digital Officer, Starbucks
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