Dubbed by some friends as a walking paradox, Ada is a Hong Kong native who ended up growing up amongst cows and corn in Indiana. While she lives in San Francisco, she prefers Red Lobster Cheddar Bay biscuits and Krispy Kreme over kale and açaí bowls. She is an alumnus of both Harvard and Yale (resulting in all sorts of confusion during Harvard-Yale football games) and a three-time Googler whose dream jobs have also included marine biologist, social worker, professional clown, voice actress and the next Nicholas Kristof.
Mo is a champion for the underserved who believes that everyone has the right to education and information. She currently works on scaling Google Assistant and Search technologies and has been the Director for K-12 Education focused on diversity and inclusion. Mo has also been a high school math and chemistry teacher, as well as an assistant principal. She has begun giving mid-career conversations talks and workshops in LA and Palo Alto through the Stanford Asian Pacific American Alumni Club (SAPAAC) and the Harvard Asian American Alumni Alliance (H4A) groups.