Megan Doerr, MS, LGC is a principal scientist at Sage Bionetworks where she supports innovative, participant-centric approaches to open science. She has developed informed consent processes for a variety of studies including for the NIH’s All of Us Research Program and the NIDDK Kidney Precision Medicine Project. Ms. Doerr lead the development of a replicable methodology for the release of app-mediated research data to broad communities of solvers that has been applied to a variety of mobile datasets including those of the Parkinson mPower and Mole Map per studies. She chairs the researcher application subcommittee for the All of Us Research Program and sits on the researcher access board for the All of Us dataset. Ms. Doerr is deeply engaged with the Global Alliance for Genomics, promoting global innovation and best practices in research governance, including co-chairing the National Initiatives’ Informed Consent working group. Ms. Doerr has served as a facilitator for a number of professional working groups, workshops, and meetings, including the All of Us Research Program’s two research workshops in March, 2018 and June, 2019 . A former botanist and middle school teacher, Ms. Doerr is a licensed genetic counselor who previously practiced at the Cleveland Clinic.