Susan Joseph

North America Representative, B3i

Susan is the B3i North America Representative, runs a Blockchain Working Group for a global insurer, and separately advises on digital rights, token strategies and incentives.  She is a JD/MBA and former General Counsel who has been consulting in blockchain for the past three years in the areas of consortia, insurance, identity, financial services, real estate, and humanitarian concerns. She is often consulted about regulatory and technology policy. Notably, she is a co-founder and Executive Director of the recently launched Diversity In Blockchain, Inc. NFP which sets Best Practices for the industry. Susan was the first Executive Director of ID2020, consulted for IBM blockchain/identity and is an Advisor to OneWorldIdentity. Susan guest lectures at MIT’s Computational Contracts course. She sits on the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance Identity Working Group, is a member of the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance legal working group, and is a member of the Digital Chamber of Commerce. Most recently she spoke about blockchain at CKGSB and the Spanish Embassy, and spoke about STEM for International Women’s Day for the MET Community. Susan has guest lectured on fintech at Cornell and founded and runs the womeninfintech group on Linkedin which has 1700 plus members in 47 countries.