Jennifer Martino is the Community Impact Specialist for the United Way in Elgin Middlesex. She was previously Executive Director of One Laptop Per Child Canada (OLPC), a not-for-profit organization that enhances education for Aboriginal youth with technological tools designed for creative, innovative, self-empowered learning. To date, OLPC Canada has provided more than 4000 laptops and tablets to Aboriginal youth through 20 urban, rural and remote educational programs in 8 provinces and 2 territories. Prior to this role, Jennifer was Director for the OLPC Canada pilot program under the Belinda Stronach Foundation, and supported various Latin American OLPC programs as a learning consultant with the OLPC Foundation based in Boston. Jennifer has an undergraduate degree in International Development and a Master of Arts with emphasis on the role of technology in special education.