Tech + Policy: A Conversation with Monique Dorsainvil
Curious about a career at the intersection of technology and public policy? This is a sector that will not get old since policies will always need to interact with business, innovation and new technologies.
Join us for a conversation with Monique Dorsainvil, who works in Public Policy at Facebook, leading engagement to third party think tanks, advocacy organizations, and civil and human rights organizations.
Prior to joining Facebook, Dorsainvil served in the Obama Administration for seven and a half years, most recently as Deputy Chief of Staff to Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett. During Dorsainvil’s tenure at the White House, her responsibilities ranged from working with grassroots advocates, private sector leaders, celebrity influencers, and local and federal elected officials to lead outreach efforts and create social impact campaigns with communities across the country.
Prior to this role, Dorsainvil served as the Director of Planning and Events for the Office of Public Engagement and the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs where she planned international travel and strategic, large scale engagements for former President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama. In this capacity, she developed campaigns to advance engagement priorities for signature issue-based initiatives, including Criminal Justice Reform, Health Care Access, Women’s Leadership, LGBTQ Rights, and Stem Education.
Before joining the White House, Dorsainvil worked in the Georgia General Assembly as a legislative aide to former Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams. Dorsainvil is a native of Los Angeles, CA, and matriculated from Emory University with a B.A. in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Global Health.
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