Linda Raftree (@meowtree) supports strategy, program design, research, and technology in international development initiatives. She currently consults with Girl Effect Mobile (GEM) on digital safety, security, privacy, strategy, and learning. She also advises The Rockefeller Foundation’s Evaluation Office on the use of ICTs in monitoring and evaluation. Linda organizes discussion and learning events through Kurante, a company she co-founded. Prior to becoming an independent consultant, Linda worked for 16 years with Plan International. She has published discussion papers on adolescent girls and ICTs for UNICEF, the role of ICTs in child/youth migration for the Oak Foundation, mobile technologies and youth workforce development for the mEducation Alliance, and ICT-enabled monitoring and evaluation for Rockefeller. Linda is a co-founder of Regarding Humanity, which encourages debate and dialogue around the portrayal of ‘the poor’ in the media, social impact work, and non-profit marketing. She runs Technology Salons in New York City and advocates for ethical approaches for using ICTs and digital data in the humanitarian and development space. Linda co-created WhiteSave.me, a commentary on techno-utopianism and privilege.