Ifeoma Ozoma is Pinterest’s Public Policy and Social Impact Manager. She leads all global public policy partnerships, public policy-related content safety development and U.S. State level public policy. Ifeoma has led the company’s authoritative vaccine-related search experience, which was lauded by the World Health Organization and the Washington Post’s Editorial Board, the global expansion of expert developed well-being activities, as well as a partnership with the leading UK suicide prevention lifeline to better serve and support people in need. Work she spearheaded was referenced by the New York Times in the 2019 Good Tech Award that Pinterest received.
She’s also a member of the Brookings Institution’s Transatlantic Working Group on Disinformation and regularly presents her work in global gatherings from Geneva to Singapore. Ifeoma received the Healthy Corporate Citizen Award for extraordinary commitment to addressing the determinants of health from the Public Health Association of British Columbia in 2019.
Before joining Pinterest, she was on the Public Policy teams at Google and Facebook. Originally from Anchorage, Alaska, Ifeoma is an ardent outdoors enthusiast as well as a nature photographer. She received a B.A. in Political Science from Yale University.
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