Cleve Mesidor is founder of LOGOS, the first decentralized social platform exclusively for activists.
Previously, she was an Obama Presidential Appointee, working as Director of Public Affairs for the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration, where she was charged with promoting White House economic programs and national public-private partnerships to advance innovation and entrepreneurship.
Her acumen in public policy stems from her tenure on Capitol Hill as Communications Director for U.S. Representatives Betty McCollum and Barbara Lee, coordinating with Congressional leadership to launch major legislative initiatives.
She recently served as a speaker discussing blockchain during the launch of Alpha Haiti, the first national tech incubator. Among her activities, she is a creator on Steemit, was a speaker at the first Haiti Tech Summit.
Cleve earned a Master of Arts from Howard University. She started her career in broadcasting at CNN’s Washington Bureau.