Phaedra Chrousos

Chief Strategy Officer

Phaedra Chrousos is the Chief Strategy Officer of Libra Group. In this role, Phaedra manages a team responsible for strategy and technological innovation across the Group’s global platform and has led the launch of several new business and philanthropic initiatives for the Group. A member of Libra’s Leadership Team, Phaedra is based in Washington, D.C.

Phaedra previously served as an appointee in the Obama Administration. There, she co-founded the Technology Transformation Service, which is tasked to design and deliver a digital government with and for the American people. She also spearheaded and scaled numerous presidential digital initiatives and co-authored the Modernizing Government Technology Act, which established the federal government’s $1B Technology Modernization Fund. Before her tenure in the administration, Phaedra founded and exited two venture-backed technology companies. She began her career as a consultant at the Boston Consulting Group and The World Bank.

Phaedra earned a B.A. from Georgetown University, an MSc with distinction from The London School of Economics, and an MBA with honors from Columbia Business School. She currently sits on the boards of several philanthropies, including Libra Philanthropies, Seleni Institute, and the Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation at Georgetown University.