Marta Milkowska has over eight years of experience in innovations in service delivery (healthcare, education) especially at the intersection of technology, behavior science and design thinking. As a former Social Enterprise Specialist at the World Bank Innovation Labs, she was instrumental in designing innovations in ~$330M investments in education, healthcare, and financial inclusion across Africa, Asia, and Europe.

Marta also founded several social ventures leveraging technology and behavioral economics for social good, including award-winning Dignify, a mobile platform linking refugees to digital micro-work ($1m Hult Prize Global Finalist) and venture – a digital guide empowering women to take control over their sexual and intimate health and wellbeing. Her portfolio includes: a machine-learning risk prediction tool for HIV and TB patients in South Africa and Lesotho (with a health-tech start-up Dimagi) and a Fin-Tech mobile app leveraging behavior insights to help young UK citizens save money (with BI Ventures).

Currently, Marta is an MBA / MPA dual degree candidate at Stanford Graduate School of Business and Harvard Kennedy School, where she pioneered the first Harvard Social Innovation Studio.