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Brynly started her career in financial services with industry pioneer, Charles Schwab, where she held various roles across operations, trading, retirement services to providing financial advice as a wealth manager. From her first job to her current role, she has consistently worked with industry innovators having held senior legal roles at eBay, PayPal, and Ripple before joining cLabs as General Counsel. Having had the opportunity to work with the leaders in the payment industry, Brynly moved to cryptocurrency and blockchain early on, interested in its ability to democratize wealth through transparent and secure transactions. Currently, Brynly is General Counsel of cLabs, a blockchain company that contributes to Celo, a mobile-first, open-source ecosystem of technologies, organizations and individuals that all share a common mission of building a financial system that creates the conditions for prosperity for everyone. Before joining cLabs, Brynly was General Counsel at Ripple, a global, cryptocurrency technology company where she was responsible for all aspects of the legal department including litigation, compliance and regulatory relations. Prior to Ripple, Brynly held senior counsel positions at eBay and PayPal in which she spearheaded high profile litigation relating to antitrust and regulatory matters. While at PayPal, she worked with and advised on patents, technology, M&A and a variety of other areas.View the profile
I’m a tech impact entrepreneur with a strong desire to know and learn more about new technologies and problem-solving processes. I have a passion for traveling and getting to know new people, cultures, traditions, and ways of thinking. I was very honored to be selected by Forbes 30 under 30 Europe in 2016 for Social Entrepreneurship category. I have an MSc in Computer Science from the University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro that I concluded with distinction at age 22. After helping many startups, spending several months in Silicon Valley and having global entrepreneurship training at MIT, I co-founded eSolidar. eSolidar is a giving marketplace that allows people to shop, sell and donate to their favorite charitable causes. At the same time, the platform enables charities to diversify their fundraising base and reach new audiences through online charity shops, donations and special charity auctions with celebrities and brands. eSolidar for businesses is a solution that allows companies to better engage, empower and connect employees while amplifying their social impact and CSR strategies, to create a culture of collaboration and giving back within any organization.View the profile
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