Widely recognised for her achievements in the fields of social entrepreneurship and digital technology (http://jenhyatt.com) Jen has founded or co-created over 30 organisations worldwide. In 2007 Jen founded Big White Wall, a digital mental health service, which has offered access to improved mental health to millions worldwide. Jen has twice been selected as one of the Health Service Journal’s top 50 innovators in healthcare, won 2016’s Women in IT’s Innovator of the year and, in 2015 alone, was named a Schwab Foundation Global Social Entrepreneur, WCIT Social Entrepreneur of the Year, Red Magazine’s Digital Woman of the Year and awarded the NatWest Everywoman Iris Award. Jen was also invited to be a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts as well as sit on the Strategy Committee of the Guy’s and St Thomas Charity. She is a well-known public speaker having keynoted at events such as mHealth and TEDMED and her blog posts have featured on sites s uch as The Huffington Post and The World Economic Forum. Currently, Jen is scaling ‘Troo’, a new enterprise focused on motivating teens to make healthier decisions for life.