Marguerite Gong Hancock

Vice President, Innovation & Programming and Director, Exponential Center, CHM

Marguerite Gong Hancock is the vice president of innovation and programming and founding director of the Exponential Center at the Computer History Museum. With a background as a political economist, she built and led several interdisciplinary research and education programs at Stanford’s Institute for International Studies and the Graduate School of Business. Hancock has advised policymakers, briefed executives, and consulted with university leaders in more than a dozen countries. She is co-editor of three books published at Stanford: The Silicon Valley Edge; Making IT: The Rise of Asia in High Tech; and Greater China's Quest for Innovation.


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