Michelle Holko, PhD, PMP, is a scientist and strategic innovator working at the intersection of biology, technology, and security. She recently served in government as a White House Presidential Innovation Fellow (PIF) and led projects with NIH, DHS CISA, HHS BARDA and DOD Chem Bio Defense. Her technical expertise is in genomics, bioinformatics, biosecurity, and wearable sensor data; she has experience in academia and in government working on solutions for cancer, pandemic preparedness and prevention, data stewardship, digital health technology, health equity, and security related to new and emerging technology in health and science. She is currently a Principal Architect and Scientist at Google Public Sector for healthcare and science. She also leads a research area at the intersection between cybersecurity and biotechnology / life sciences research at the International Computer Science Institute (ICSI) at Berkeley.