Margo Drakos is the Vice-President of Business Development for Morphlabs, which provides private cloud solutions for enterprises. She serves as a Venture Adviser to Otto Capital Partners, focusing on early-stage investments globally. She is also an adviser to technology start-ups in China, India and the US. Earlier, Drakos was a Partner at the SwitchCase Group, a partner capital firm creating and supporting a portfolio of technology ventures including InstantEncore.com, a digital asset management platform for the performing arts she co-founded. She is the Founder and President of AppBridge, an initiative designed to bring education and economic opportunity to those in poverty through mobile applications. In 2012, AppBridge launched the first Ideas Apps Challenge Competition in the Philippines in partnership with Globe Telecom and local organizations. In 2011, she became a member of the Clinton Global Initiative. Prior to business, Drakos performed as a solo cellist and chamber musician throughout Asia, Europe, South America and the United States. A former cellist of the American String Quartet, she also served as Artist-in-Residence and faculty member at the Manhattan School of Music and Aspen Music Festival, produced for Naxos and recorded for Sony Classical. Drakos is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music, and received an MA from Columbia University in Human Rights (2008). Her publications have appeared in The International Affairs Review, The Stanford Social Innovation Review, The Cornell International Law Journal and The United Kingdom Parliament's House of Lords and House of Commons Joint Committee on Human Rights Report. She frequently speaks at universities and conferences on digital media strategy.