Tamsin is founder and president of SlipStreamStrategy, which works with philanthropists, corporate executives, international organizations, nonprofits, and innovative thinkers to form creative coalitions that impact society's collective challenges. She was previously the president of (RED), which produces specially branded products in partnership with iconic global brands-including Apple, Emporio Armani, Converse, Gap, Dell, and Starbucks-to activate the buying power of the public in the fight against AIDS in Africa. She was recruited in early 2006, by (RED) founders Bono and Bobby Shriver to launch and build the program internationally. At the time of her departure, (RED) had generated nearly $190 million-100% of which is invested in HIV and AIDS programs on the ground in Africa. Prior to joining (RED), she shepherded Gap Inc.'s public policy strategy and engagement. Before moving to California, she spent six years on Capitol Hill as senior legislative assistant to two members of the US House of Representatives. Tamsin holds an MA in international law and diplomacy from Tufts University and a BA in English Literature from Kenyon College, where she graduated summa cum laude. She is a 2009 Henry Crown Fellow of The Aspen Institute and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.