Ada Williams Prince leads several bodies of emerging programmatic work at Pivotal Ventures and was previously program officer at the Marguerite Casey Foundation in Seattle. Prior to this she served as director of special projects for OneAmerica, where she directed their women’s rights policy program, focusing on immigrant women and girls. Williams Prince has also worked with the Women’s Refugee Commission in New York and the International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Survivors in Brussels, Belgium, as well as worked for Concern Worldwide, Plan International UK and Save the Children in London. Williams Prince currently serves on the board of iLeap and Women’s Funding Alliance and is a partner at Social Venture Partners. Ada has served as a board member for several organizations including, Neighborhood House and the Refugee Women’s Alliance in Seattle, and chair of the board of directors of Wandsworth Women’s Aid UK, a domestic violence shelter. Currently she serves on the board of PAI (a global reproductive health organization) and Crisis Text Line.