Ada Williams Prince leads bold new strategies to invest in Black, Indigenous and women and girls of color at Pivotal Ventures, the private office of Melinda Gates. Previously, she was a program officer at the Marguerite Casey Foundation, and director of special projects for OneAmerica, where she directed their women’s rights policy program, focusing on immigrant women and girls. Williams Prince has also worked with the Women’s Refugee Commission in New York, Save the Children in London, the International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Survivors in Brussels, as well Concern Worldwide and Plan International UK. Currently, she serves on the board of PAI (a global reproductive health organization) and Crisis Text Line. Williams Prince has also served on the boards of Neighborhood House, the Refugee Women’s Alliance in Seattle, Wandsworth Women’s Aid UK, and as a partner at Social Venture Partners.
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