Activities

Selected Affiliations and Accomplishments

2018 Named one of “America’s Top 50 Women in Tech” by Forbes
2018 Named Charles M. and Martha Hitchcock Lecturer, University of California, Berkeley
2017 Received Everett M. Rogers Award from University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism
2018 Named one of “America’s Top 50 Women in Tech” by Forbes
2018 Named Charles M. and Martha Hitchcock Lecturer, University of California, Berkeley
2017 Received Everett M. Rogers Award from University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism
2017 Received Everett M. Rogers Award from University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism
2016 Received Kohl Education Prize (Dolores Kohl Education Foundation, Highland Park, Illinois)
2016 Received honorary degree of Doctor of Laws from Concordia University (Montreal, Canada)
2016 Won 6th Annual Zócalo Book Prize for “Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in a Digital Age.” Awarded by Zócalo Public Square (Arizona State University) for nonfiction that best enhances understanding of community, human connectedness, and social cohesion.
2015 Received honorary degree of Doctor of Science from Franklin and Marshall College (Lancaster, PA)
2015, 2002, 1997 World Economic Forum Fellow, Davos, Switzerland
2014 American Academy of Arts and Sciences Fellow
2014 Named one of Boston’s top “visionaries, idealists, and thinkers” by Boston Magazine, as part of their profile of “the power of ideas.” http://www.bostonmagazine.com/news/article/2014/04/29/power-of-ideas/6/
2013 Awarded the Centennial Medal from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
2013 Named a “Literary Light” by the Associates of the Boston Public Library (Boston, MA)
2012 Received The Walter Ong Award for “exemplary and groundbreaking scholarship” from The Media Ecology Association
2012 Received honorary degree of Doctor of Science from The College of the Holy Cross (Worcester, MA)
1987 Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute Graduate and Affiliate Member
1978 Commonwealth of Massachusetts Licensed Clinical Psychologist
2002 Named one of the Top Ten Wired Women by ABC News.com
2000 Named one of Time Magazine's Innovators of the Internet
1997 Named one of top 50 Cyber Elite by Time Digital Magazine
1997 Selected Member of "Computer 200", an exhibit of the leaders of the computer industry. Exhibited at the Association of Computing Machinery's 50th Anniversary meeting and exhibited and archived at the Boston Computer Museum.
1985 Selected Member of Esquire Register "America's New Leadership Class," Esquire Magazine
1984 Selected "Woman of the Year," Ms. Magazine
1999-2007 Harvard College Visiting Committee on Information Technology
1998-2003 AAUW Educational Foundation Co-chair of Commission on Technology, Gender, and Teacher Education

Other Professional Activities (partial listing)

2019-2021 Harvard College Visiting Committee
2018 Harvard Magazine Incorporator
2017 Children’s Screen Time Action Network (a project of Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood) Advisory Board
2017 EPIC (Electronic Privacy Information Center) Board of Directors
2016 Common Sense Media Advisory Board
2016 Boston Children’s Museum Advisory Board
2015 Society for Responsible Robotics Executive Board
2014-present Technographies (University of Cambridge series exploring interactions of technology and writing) Advisory Board
2013 Participated in audiovisual piece that became part of permanent exhibit inaugurating the new headquarters of the Mobile World Capital – Barcelona (Spain)
2012-present Sgrouples Advisory Board
2012-present Citizen Schools National Science and Technology Advisory Committee
2011-present Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) Advisory Board
2009-present Philosophy and Technology Advisory Scientific Board
2007-2012 Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society Editorial Board
2007-present The Public Eye Editorial Board
2000-present The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences
2000-2004 MacArthur Foundation Committee on Information Technology
1995-present Massachusetts Women's Forum
1994-present Science, Technology, and Human Values Editorial Advisory Board