Ryan has worked on numerous projects at the intersection of technology, policy, and operations. He spent four years at Google developing the Android hardware and software ecosystems by managing direct-to-consumer device support operations and creating policies for the world’s biggest mobile app marketplace. At Ripple, Ryan served as Head of Developer Relations and Platform Partnerships. Through this role he engaged with numerous financial institutions and FinTech entrepreneurs building the payment systems of the future. He also spent two months in Delhi working with Catalyst to develop an accelerator program focused on building financial services for underserved populations in India. He is currently a research associate at the University of Oxford’s Centre for Technology and Global Affairs and the CEO and co-founder of Formosa Financial – a treasury management platform for companies in the blockchain space. Ryan is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of California, Berkeley with a degree in Classical Civilizations and a graduate of the University of Oxford’s Master of Public Policy program. Terribilini’s research with GTI focuses on Taiwan in the model global political economy, with special attention to three critical areas: 1) Financial and capital markets regulation; 2) Innovation investment; and 3) International trade and foreign investment agreements.