Studies: international relations and economics, Princeton; Columbia University School of Law; Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva. Formerly, Partner, Covington & Burling. 1993, joined Microsoft; 2002, General Counse; leads Microsoft’s legal work, intellectual property portfolio, patent licensing business, government affairs, public policy, corporate citizenship, philanthropic work, and serves as corporate secretary and chief compliance officer. Plays leading role on government surveillance, privacy, intellectual property, immigration, and computer science education policy issues. Chair, Leadership Council on Legal Diversity. Co-Chair, Kids in Need of Defense. Member of the Board, Business Software Alliance. Member, Princeton Global Leadership Committee.