As a leader in open data, education, and civic innovation, Jeanne Holm empowers people to discover new knowledge and collaborate to improve life on Earth and beyond. Jeanne is the Deputy CIO and Senior Technology Advisor to the Mayor for the City of Los Angeles, bringing technical innovations to 4 million people. Her work in Los Angeles focuses on delivering great city services like 311, public television and digital media, ShakeAlertLA, data science and predictive analytics, and public-private collaborations for 5G and digital inclusion. She founded the Data Science Federation partnering universities and cities to create innovative solutions such as using artificial intelligence for traffic safety and machine learning to improve air quality. She was formerly the Evangelist for open data for the White House under President Obama, the leader for Africa open data for the World Bank, and the Chief Knowledge Architect at NASA. She is a Distinguished Instructor at UCLA, a Trustee of Claremont Graduate University, a Fellow of the United Nations International Academy of Astronautics, and advisor to the UN’s Sustainable Development Solutions Network. She directs two startups that promote peace and social justice through technology and education programs for innovators throughout the world. She directs two startups: In Unison, a charity that promotes peace and social justice through education and music, and Open Data Collaboratives, creating education programs for innovators throughout the world.