Co-founder, United States Digital Service
Haley Van Dyck is the co-founder of the United States Digital Service, a "start-up" inside the White House building services for the American people that work better and cost less. USDS reforms the way how the government operates in the digital era. She has been a key thought leader on President Obama’s technology team since the 2008 campaign, where she helped develop the mobile strategy for the first Presidential campaign in history to use mobile messaging to connect with voters. In her 6+ years at the White House, Van Dyck spearheaded many of President Obama’s major technology initiatives including the Open Data Executive Order. Previously she served as Director of Digital Strategy and Engagement at USAID.