Edwards is founder and CEO of Mobile Metrix, a leading consumer insights and marketing services company serving marginalized communities. She has led the company in pioneering a mobile, award winning approach that provides unprecedented insights about and access to low-income communities. Edwards’ experience spans both the private and public sectors: from management at J.P. Morgan and International Data Group (IDG) to an executive for Key Accounts at AT&T. She launched the Global Technology Corps, a “digital Peace Corps,” with the U.S. Department of State and co-created the United Nations Information Technology Service (UNITeS). Edwards is a Return Peace Corps Volunteer from Togo, Africa, a Reuters Digital Vision Fellow at Stanford University and an Echoing Green Fellow, PopTech Fellow, SOCAP Social Entrepreneur, AVINA Partner, Cordes Fellow, YUNUS Social Business, Fast Company Innovation Agent and PBS Newshour Agent for Change. Edwards is also an adjunct professor of Social Entrepreneurship at Stanford University and Columbia University School of Business.