Fenris worked with Global.health leadership team to help align product development with long-term strategic objectives and on delivering value for the sector.
Fenris partnered with the Society of Medical Decision Making (SMDM) and Rockefeller Foundation to help a cohort of academic research teams better meet the needs of state and local decision-makers for actionable insights from epidemiological, economic and operational data models.
I worked with the Electricity Growth and Use in Developing Economies (e-GUIDE) Initiative to help set objectives, design an approach and implement a first version of their public-facing API.
I helped a US public policy think tank to define objectives and roadmaps for a multi-stakeholder initiative that advances public discourse surrounding property rights insecurity and loss in the United States.
Fenris worked with Project ECHO to provide mentorship on product strategy, build metrics, and develop reusable assets for dashboards.
I founded the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of DataKind and helped develop sustainable networks and processes. I continue to advise and consult with DataKind Global and my home chapter.