Ms. Deborah Hopkins serves as Chief Executive Officer/ Strategic Advisor to Startups and Chief Innovation Officer at Double Chase. She also serves as Board Member at Deep Instinct. She is an Angel Investor. She founded and served as the Chief Executive Officer at Citi Ventures. She is an Advisor of Business and Strategy at Athira Pharma. She served as a Board Member at Qlik Technologies. She also served as the Chief Innovation Officer at Citigroup. She has led Citi Ventures in Silicon Valley since 2010. She joined the bank in 2003 as head of corporate strategy and mergers and acquisitions before becoming chief operations and technology officer. She was named to American Banker's 25 Women to Watchlist in2012and2014. She founded, designed and built Citi Ventures from the ground up, recognizing the critical role innovation must play in supporting the broader organization amid accelerating disruptive forces. Based in Palo Alto, she and her team partner with Citi's businesses and functions to shepherd creativity and implement pervasive solutions. Her mandate also includes analyzing market signals and trends to identify new ideas and activities in fintech as well as seeking investment opportunities in core domain areas relevant to financial services. Since joining Citi in 2003, she has served in a number of executive roles, including Head of Strategy and Mergers and Acquisitions, Chief Operations and Technology Officer and senior advisor to the Global Investment Bank, a role she continues in today. Prior to Citi, she held senior-level positions at several global firms, including Chief Financial Officer for both Boeing and Lucent Technologies and Vice President of Finance for General Motors Europe. She serves on the Board of Directors of Qlik Tech and the Advisory Boards of Stanford's Technology Venture Partners program and Riverwood Capital Partners. From 2000 to 2005 she was a member of the Board of Directors of DuPont. She also serves on the non-profit boards of Citizen Schools, focused on expanding the learning day for low-income middle school students and the Green Music Center, an education and community arts facility associated with Sonoma State University. She holds honorary doctorates from Westminster College and Walsh College.