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Milken Scholar 2015
Scholar Profile

Michelle Park

Artificial Intelligence


Michelle is the founder of Impact Moonshots, the world's first AI moonshot factory for overlooked markets, and the owner of a boutique design lab with the mission to invent joyful technology. She specializes in building high-end technology for traditionally underserved users in Silicon Valley, such as women, people of color, and the elderly, and has led the development and management of products used by millions across government, philanthropy, corporate innovation labs, and academia.

Michelle is the host of the Serve and Delight podcast, a show on doing good well in Silicon Valley, and has co-authored multiple award-winning research papers in Human-Computer Interaction with Stanford's HCI Lab.

As a college student at Stanford University, Michelle invented the world's first cross-platform privacy automation system for domestic violence survivors. Since then, she has created novel technologies for mental healthcare, low-income communities, small businesses during COVID-19, and racial and gender bias. Michelle aims to create technology that tells and acts on the stories of underserved communities.

Michelle is a Rhodes Scholar finalist and holds an M.S. in Computer Science and B.S. in Computer Science with Honors and Distinction from Stanford University, with depths in AI and human-computer interaction. She speaks on AI for social impact, mission-driven innovation, cross-sector collaboration, and civic technology.

High school:  Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High School


College Year Degree
Stanford University
Palo Alto, CA
2019 B.S. Computer Science
Stanford University
Palo Alto, CA
2020 M.S. Computer Science