Henry Oh has extensive experience with open source development and technology. He studied the interplay between technological evolution and social change at UCLA, the London School of Economics and Stanford Law School. A serial social entrepreneur, Henry is passionate about using technology to promote social good and likes to help companies grow and impactful projects succeed. He has volunteered to localize Creative Commons licenses in non-US jurisdictions and organized Barcamps and TEDx events in Asia. Henry is currently an advisor and member of the Application Developers’ Alliance‘s Emerging Technology & IoT Working Group and its Media & Entertainment Working Group. He is also an advisor to Rainforest Connection, a start-up using “upcycled” smartphones to detect and stop illegal logging in the rainforest, and an Advisor to Blockai, a technology that allows users to browse the block chain underlying Bitcoin and many other cryptocurrencies. Henry is also the co-Founder of Conversations for Good, a non-profit that provides free mentorship and other career services.