Annie Jean-Baptiste is a business disrupting tech executive who builds for the 21st century needs of consumers. She transforms companies into human centered, authentic brands that can tap into unlocked growth opportunities. She’s brought her forward-looking, data driven approach to game-changing products serving over 1 billion users each, including Google Photos, Search, Chrome, Maps, YouTube, Play Store and Android.
Annie Jean-Baptiste is also the bestselling author of Building for Everyone, the first book about building inclusive products across the intersections of 12 dimensions of diversity. 7 years ago, Annie created a vision to build products for everyone, and transform the tech industry to focus on building inclusive and equitable products which leads to significant business impact.
She formerly served as an intrapreneur in residence at the University Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education, a facilitator for Penn’s Chief Learning Officer Business Acumen program and a member of both the CTA Health Equity and Access Leadership (HEAL) Coalition and sits on the IEEE’s Executive committee, Ethically Aligned Design committee and co-chairs the DEI committee. She’s been inducted into the Haitian Roundtable’s 1804 society as “One to Watch” and inducted as one of the 30 Black Stars for Face to Face Africa in 2019.
She formerly created programs related to Diversity talent management and career development within several technical product areas within Google. At the onset of her career, she managed a $100 million dollar/quarter portfolio of advertising sales clients. Her early career experience led her to have expertise in large scale operations, growth and marketing.
She’s been covered in Vogue, Essence Magazine, Forbes, Business Insider, Teen Vogue, InStyle, MSNBC, CNBC, ABC, Cheddar, Business Insider, the Huffington Post, the Root, the Council of Fashion Designers of America Annual Report, The Miami Times, Bustle,Boston Globe and Fortune Magazine and was voted into Ebony Magazine’s power 100 list for 2022 and ADCOLOR in tech award for rising up and reaching back.
Her book, Building for Everyone, is available here