Fennie Wang is a lawyer turned entrepreneur in the blockchain field, where she’s worked on a variety of projects from designing stablecoins for humanitarian aid, legal classification of security tokens and cross-chain assets to educating legislators and regulators on blockchain. She currently serves as Associate General Counsel at MakerDAO, the protocol behind the Dai stablecoin. Previously, she ran strategy at Bancor, a decentralized liquidity network. She is also a cofounder of ixo, a blockchain for tokenizing social impact outcomes. Fennie is also a member of COALA, a blockchain and legal policy research group. Her academic interests in law and blockchain include the relationship between decentralization, governance and securities law regimes. In her previous lives, she was a capital markets lawyer in New York and London, and a research analyst at JPMorgan. She has a J.D. from Columbia Law School and undergraduate degrees from UC Berkeley.