Kathryn Doyle is a Senior Principal for the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation (DRK) where she finds, funds, and supports entrepreneurs solving critical social problems.
Kathryn’s work experience centers on using business models to create social impact. Prior to DRK, Kathryn helped drive strategy at Digital Divide Data, a social enterprise that jumpstarts economic growth in developing countries by importing demand for BPO jobs, and training and employing bright, poor youth in Cambodia, Laos and Kenya to deliver the work. Kathryn also consulted with the World Wildlife Fund to find and evaluate investment opportunities in sustainable commodity supply chains.
Kathryn received her MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley, and a BA in Economics from Yale University. She is a Kauffman Fellow.