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Fiona Whittington

Fiona Whittington is the Director of Strategic Initiatives at Major League Hacking (MLH), where she supports 150,000 aspiring technologists each year. In college, she founded the award-winning nonprofit TechTogether (acquired 2022) credited in part for increasing the representation of women in collegiate hackathons globally by 18%. Her work for TechTogether has been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, and Boston Globe. Fiona previously worked in marketing at Red Hat and Armored Things (now Lambent).

Pronouns: She/Hers