Newsflash!!! – The second episode of Debugged, featuring Gabrielle Hibbert, has officially dropped! Listen to it now on all streaming platforms!
Welcome back to the alumni-led Congressional App Challenge Debugged Podcast! If you’re new to Debugged, here’s a bit about the podcast.
Launched last year by the Congressional App Challenge Alumni Advisory Board, the Debugged Podcast connects the country’s youth with tech by *debugging* the intricate world of Computer Science. By highlighting trends, simplifying complex concepts, and speaking with high profile guests, Debugged allows its listeners to delve into tech in an analytical yet relatable way. Debugged is a unique podcast experience that seeks to redefine STEM education, highlight diverse voices, and further the narrative around a myriad of Computer Science topics. Some past guests include Ruthe Farmer, Yannic Kilcher, and Trisha Prabhu.
In this second episode of Debugged, Medha Gupta sits down with Gabrielle Hibbert, security auditor and researcher at Least Authority, co-founder of Web3 native startup Future Proof Collective, and Fellow at the Decentralized Future Council, to discuss what Web3 is and how both governance and policy play a huge role in this space. Hibbert shares her unique journey in the technology sector and how she was able to leverage her background in public policy and economics to build an impactful career as a researcher, an educator, and an advocate for Web3 and blockchain. Be sure to tune in to learn all about Hibbert’s inspiring journey and how you can get involved in Web3!
Gabrielle Hibbert (she/they) is a security auditor and researcher at Least Authority, co-founder of web3 native startup Future Proof Collective, and Fellow at the Decentralized Future Council. Gabrielle started working in the technology sector in 2018 after discovering DLT while at Brandeis University. Having an early career in public policy and economics, Gabrielle was able to leverage her policy and research skills to advocate for blockchain, web3, and privacy related tech to leaders around Washington DC through the National Policy Network of Women of Color in Blockchain and Decentralized Future Council. Gabrielle’s areas of expertise consist of Ethereum based protocols and DeFi. She has guest lectured on web3, privacy, and algorithmic bias at the College of William & Mary, Spelman College of Art & Design, and Brandeis University.