A California native, Christine Keung is the first in her family to graduate from high school and college. She joined MOTI to address the digital inclusion challenges she and her family have personally experienced.
Christine graduated with Honors from Wellesley College and Harvard Business School. She began her professional career at Dropbox, where she worked on global legal, security, and privacy issues as a security analyst and later as the Legal Team’s Chief of Staff. After Dropbox, she was the Head of Operations at Fountain, a growth-stage AI/ML startup, where she led the company through major regulation changes like the European Union GDPR and U.S. Privacy Shield. During business school, she consulted for Figma and Spotify, and interned at investment firms, Bridgewater Associates, Underscore and Atomic.
Christine’s public sector experience include serving as a COVID-19 economic first responder with the U.S. Small Business Administration, improving access to the Paycheck Protection Program. She was also a Fulbright Scholar with the U.S. Department, and implemented a watershed restoration program in rural Western China. Her work gave her the opportunity to engage with former U.S. Ambassador to China Max Baucus, former Taiwanese president Ma Ying-jeou, and the Country Heads of global NGOs. Her development work has garnered funding and recognition from National Geographic, World Health Organization, and the United Nations. She is the youngest person to win the Rolex Awards for Enterprise and in 2017, was recognized as a Next Generation Leader by TIME Magazine.