Michael Kieschnick is president and co-founder of CREDO Mobile, a wireless company that donates a portion of its revenues to progressive groups. Working Assets has donated over $60 million to progressive organizations and its members have contacted decision-makers by phone, email and letters over 20 million times. During the last six years, the company has helped to register over 2 million voters. In his spare time, Michael is one of the organizers of the Secretary of State Project, which helped elect nine secretaries of state in battleground states, and teaches a course on social innovation at Stanford. Michael has a PhD in Public Policy from Harvard University, and degrees in biology and economics at Stanford University. He serves as a board member for the League of Conservation Voters, the Beatitudes Society, and the One California Foundation.