Jacqueline Schafer is an attorney and entrepreneur with expertise in applying emerging technology to simplify the delivery of professional services. She previously co-founded a venture-backed technology company that helped women start and run in-home childcare programs, and served as Senior Director, Program Counsel for the national child welfare nonprofit Casey Family Programs. Prior to that role, she was an Assistant Attorney General in the Washington and Alaska Attorney General’s Offices, where she advised the leadership of each state’s child welfare agency and specialized in appellate practice and complex litigation. Jacqueline began her career as a litigation associate at the New York law firm of Paul,Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton, & Garrison. She also currently serves as an advisor to Think of Us and AI4 Public Interest, two entities focused on social impact and AI innovation. She is the author of a forthcoming law review article slated for publication in fall 2020 discussing how artificial intelligence can transform the operations of state child welfare systems.