Marguerite Gong Hancock

Vice President of Innovation and Director, Exponential Center, CHM

Marguerite Gong Hancock leads innovation across programming and other areas of the museum, including as founder and director of the CHM Exponential Center, the first center at a museum devoted to innovation and entrepreneurship. Previously at Stanford for 20 years at the Graduate School of Business and the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, she cofounded and built several international research and education programs at the intersection of technology, business, and society. With William F. Miller and Henry S. Rowen, Hancock published with Stanford University Press The Silicon Valley Edge and Making IT: Asia’s Rise in High Tech, as well as Greater China’s Quest for Innovation, distributed by Brookings Institution Press. A political economist who has served as an advisor to government, education, and business leaders in the US, Europe, and Asia, Hancock holds degrees from Brigham Young University and Harvard.


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