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Mo Fong

Director, Google K-12 Education Outreach - inspiring girls and under-represented minorities to pursue STEM/CS. g.co/csedu

Mo-Yun Lei Fong is the Director of Google's K-12 Education Outreach which endeavors to inspire girls and under-represented minorities to pursue studies and careers in computer science and other STEM fields. Our efforts (g.co/csedu) include conducting research on the landscape of CS education, changing perceptions of computer scientists in media, and creating more access to learning opportunities for students and teachers. Her passion is to transform K-12 education and address underlying systemic issues such as unconscious bias in schools. Prior to this role, she was a finance director and Chief Compliance Officer for Google Wallet and worked at PayPal. As the Executive Director for the Stanford Educational Leadership Institute -- a joint program between the Stanford GSB and GSE, she worked with large school districts to incorporate best practices from the business sector and education to improve student learning outcomes. She has also served as a high school vice principal and taught math and chemistry. Mo holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, and a BS in ChemE and MA in Education from Stanford University.

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