Mallory leads marketing operations, including content deployment and network support. Previously, she was a marketer at Singularity University, where she grew passionate about the implications of exponential technologies. Mallory drove enrollment for two new programs focused on the future of learning and corporate innovation, resulting in first-year revenues of $2MM. She also designed a new customer insights division and operations team and orchestrated a company-wide global rebrand.
Mallory started her career at Juma Ventures, an award-winning youth development program serving more than 1,200 low-income students. She also served as the first Business Operations Fellow and Associate at Founder Gym, a virtual training program for underrepresented entrepreneurs.
Passionate about social justice and community organizing, Mallory served as President of Samahang Pilipino at UCLA. That experience taught her the importance of self-awareness and advocacy; she brings this community organizer mindset to her work.
Roots for the Warriors (Dubs for life); Follows hip hop, r&b, and fashion;
Obsesses over the intersection of social justice, culture, and tech; Manages blog for Filipino millennials (wearekubo.com); Serves as Board Secretary for Filipino Advocates for Justice; Practices yoga and meditation; Loves learning about history and spirituality; Passionate about community building, entrepreneurship, and the implications of technology.
Education & Affiliations
B.A., Sociology and Asian American Studies, UCLA