The Festival of New featured Milano alum Janaye Ingram (Nonprofit Management ‘09) in conversation with Reshma Saujani on The New Approach to Inspiring Women and Girls in Tech. Called an “impressive leader who plays an important role in our progress toward the mountaintop,” by First Lady Michelle Obama, Janaye Ingram is the Director of National Partnerships for Airbnb, a home-sharing platform that connects travelers with unique homes and experiences around the world while creating economic and entrepreneurship opportunities for hosts and communities. She is also one of the founders of Women’s March and planned the original Women’s March on Washington, serving as Head of Logistics. Prior to her role at Airbnb, Janaye served as National Executive Director for the civil rights organization, National Action Network (NAN); Senior Development Officer for the New York City micro-lending organization, Project Enterprise; and Associate Planning Analyst for the multi-state Medicaid insurance company, AmeriHealth Caritas. Janaye holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Clark Atlanta University, a Master of Science in Nonprofit Management from The New School and a Leadership Certificate from the University of Kansas. #100YearsNew