Margaret is the Founder and Executive Director of the Delaware Youth Leadership Network. Founded in 2012, Delaware Youth Leadership Network (DYLN) is a 501c-3 organization with the mission to inspire, motivate and develop Delaware high school students to become our leaders for tomorrow. Margaret earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with a double major in Marketing and International Business from Georgetown University. She also has a Master in Business Administration from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. Margaret started her career at Morgan Stanley in the Technology Associate Development Program working with the Fixed Income, Derivative and Foreign Exchange trading floors. After receiving her MBA, she became the Marketing Manager for the Capital Resources division of SEI Corporation before moving overseas. In the UK, she started her own consulting business, working with retail clients and providing advisory services for entrepreneurial ventures. She has lived in four different countries and currently resides in Delaware. Margaret is a member of the Board of Directors and Vice Chair of the Governance Committee of The Independence School in Newark, Delaware. As a Christiana Care Health System Trustee, she is Co-Chair of the Young Friends of Christiana Care and a member of the External Affairs Board Committee. Margaret is also President of the Penn Alumni Club of Delaware Board. She is an active supporter of several philanthropic organizations, including the Delaware Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society where she has served as team captain and member of a MS Walk team for the last ten years. In 2012, Margaret received the iEducate award from the Rodel Foundation of Delaware for her work with DYLN. She is the lead organizer for TEDxYouth@IndependenceSchool, the first event of its kind in Delaware.