Karen Stephenson is president of NetForm, Inc., recognized as one of the top 100 leading innovation companies by CIO magazine in 2001. She is internationally recognized for her pioneering work in detecting, diagnosing and designing human networks to solve a variety of complex organizational, business, economic and social problems.
Stephenson has been featured in the media and press, including The Economist , The Financial Times , Forbes , The Guardian , The New Yorker and The Wall Street Journal . She has taught at several universities including Erasmus University's Rotterdam School of Management, Harvard's Graduate School of Design, Imperial College's Graduate School of Management, MIT's Sloan School of Management and UCLA's Anderson School of Management.
Stephenson received a Ph.D. at Harvard University, an M.A. at the University of Utah, and a B.A. at Austin College.