Jennifer Hauseman has spent her career as a globally-minded technologist and digital expert, working in the philanthropic, humanitarian, development and public sector spaces. In her current role, Jennifer is responsible for the digital platforms and content of the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth, working with partners and helping to shape the narrative and share the stories of the Center’s impact in support of our vision for inclusive growth.

Before joining Mastercard, Jennifer led departments and programs focused on digital engagement and complex, data-driven initiatives. She joined Mastercard from the Digital Impact Alliance (DIAL) in Washington D.C, part of the UN Foundation, with a vision to ensure that all people have access to the trusted digital tools they need to fully participate in society.

Previously she was the global Director of Communication and Information Management at the International Committee for the Red Cross, where she was responsible for the IT and communications divisions in the 80 countries in which the ICRC works, as well as the archives function and project management office. In that role, her modernizing initiatives helped the institution digitize its communications and roll out project management based on minimum viable products with development rooted in human-centered design. Prior to the ICRC, Jennifer served as communications deputy director at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, where she wrote the foundation’s digital strategy and led the exponential growth of the foundation’s digital channels. Jen started her career as a developer at, working on international sites.

She is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College and lives outside Washington, D.C. with her wife and child.