Maggie is a facilitator, founding member of KI and leads KI’s Inclusive Innovation initiative, partnering with organizations in developing countries to improve the lives of people in resource-poor communities. She was instrumental in the creation of the Africa Science Leadership Program (ASLP), which has given rise to leadership programs for early career scientists in Southeast Asia (ASEAN-SLP) and around the world. Maggie is a regular facilitator and presenter at the European Creativity Conference (CREA). She got her start in radio broadcasting, including serving as Vice President at NewCity Communications and Emmis Broadcasting International before she became a full time creativity facilitator. She holds a B.A. in History and Semiotics from Brown University.

KI’s clients appreciate the way Maggie fully invests in their intentions, problems and goals. There is no-one-size-fits-all for Maggie. She will go to great lengths to deliver whatever will get them the best possible outcome. Maggie has the soul of a writer and the hair of a rock star. She is a writer of both professional and personal blogs. Maggie is living the humble life of an American expat in Barcelona, returning to Paris where she lived for many years to get her signature hairstyle done.