Stacey Keare is an attorney, philanthropist, and public policy analyst who has worked for a number of non-profit organizations. She, along with her husband, is the Founder of the Girls Rights Project, an organization dedicated to advancing the rights of girls throughout the world using a combination of research, advocacy and philanthropy. Ms. Keare studied international relations at Stanford University, has a Master of Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School and a law degree from Hastings College of the Law. She has served as a pro bono attorney at the Pro Bono Project, General Assistance Advocacy Project and San Francisco Neighborhood Legal Assistance Foundation. She has also been a Board member of several other non-profit organizations in her community, including Summit Prep Charter High School and Summit Public Schools, an organization creating progressive college prep charter schools in the Bay Area. She is Board Chair of Women Moving Millions, serves on the Silicon Valley Leadership Board of the Global Fund for Children, a D.C. based foundation that supports grassroots organizations helping children throughout the world, and is on the Kennedy School’s Women’s Leadership Board. Ms. Keare has three daughters, Haley, Ryan and Brooke and lives in Woodside with her husband John Hodge.