Whitney Hunter-Thomson helps early-stage ventures identify and implement an organizational and marketing strategy to achieve optimal growth. She began her career designing and implementing large-scale enterprise software systems. Initially, she worked on the technical design side, working through the various states of design, testing, and implementation. Then, she trained as an Organizational Change Management consultant in order to work more on the user adoption side of implementing new technologies. Following a passion for working more closely with the end-user, she shifted industries to eCommerce marketing. For the last 6 years, she has also been developing a software to tag and archive video narratives, as a way to more comprehensively capture user experience. Having spent the last 15 years managing and almost curing a chronic illness that has no cure, she has learned to challenge conventions, think outside the box, and embrace uncertainty. She has experience with strategic planning, nonprofit consulting, marketing, development, and philanthropy. She is an Executive Committee member of a women’s donor network in Brooklyn, ALLINBKLYN. She is an active member of the Atlas Corps Tech Advisory Board, introducing Atlas Corps to multiple Host Organizations and helping with the strategic direction of the advisory board.