Christiane Fellbaum, Ph.D.
Dr. Christiane Fellbaum is a Lecturer with Rank of Professor in the Program in Linguistics and in the Department of Computer Science at Princeton University.
She is a co-developer of the WordNet lexical database and a co-President of the Global WordNet Association.
Dr. Fellbaum is a winner of the Wolfgang Paul-Preis of the German Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation and the Antonio Zampolli Prize of the European Lexical Resource Organization.
She has published widely on lexical semantics, the syntax-semantics interface, and ontology.
Emily Reid is a computer scientist, educator, and entrepreneur. Emily is the VP of the Open Learning Program at AI4ALL and the owner of E. E. Reid Consulting, LLC, where she advises and creates
Previously, Emily was the founding Director of Education at Girls Who Code, where she was responsible for ensuring that GWC programs were unrivaled in delivering quality computer science education. During her time at GWC, Emily’s team taught over 30,000 girls to code and trained over 2,000 computer science educators. Before Girls Who Code, Emily was a Senior Cyber Security Engineer at the MITRE Corporation, and has published research in computational linguistics and cybersecurity. She speaks and writes on diversity, education, and technology.
Emily holds an M.S. in Computer Science from Columbia University, and a B.S. in Mathematics from Tufts University. She believes strongly that we can change the world for the better through a diverse and inclusive tech industry, using computer science as a tool to solve pressing social problems.