Kate Byrne is the President of Intentional Media, the purpose-driven platform whose brands Social Capital Markets (SOCAP), Total Impact, and Conscious Company Media, are at the intersection of business, meaning, and money. In this role, Byrne brings her deep knowledge of cutting-edge technology, integrative marketing, and digital publishing to generate impactful revenue, create innovative partnerships, and promote social good. Prior to joining the West Coast-based company in February of 2019, Byrne held leadership roles at Watermark, the Tides Foundation, the George Lucas Education Foundation, Future LLC, BusinessWeek, Fast Company, and San Francisco Chronicle / SFGate, and Inc. Byrne has always been passionate about education and women empowerment, having led efforts at Global Girl Media and World Pulse, as well as founding Girls Gone Global, a social enterprise charged with igniting female voices, social impact, media, and financial literacy skills. In 2011, Byrne was named to the prestigious Folio: 40, being recognized as one of the 40 most influential top media industry performers. A frequent speaker at industry events, her opinion columns on changing corporate culture have been published in MarketWatch. She serves as President of the Board of the U.S. National Committee for UN Women / San Francisco Chapter; as Commissioner on the Marin County Commission for Women and Girls; and is an active member of the Opportunity Collaboration and The Feast. Byrne graduated from Stanford University with a BA in Psychology.