Barbara retired after adventures for 25 years at Hewlett-Packard, many featured in Soul in the Computer: Story of a Corporate Revolutionary, including co-creating HP’s sustainability program, e-inclusion business and gay-friendly benefits. Fortune, Fast Company, Strategy & Business and many books feature her work. She has served on many advisory boards including for the State of the World Forum, the Global Fund for Women, Engineers for a Sustainable World, the Global Women’s Leadership Network, the Khadafy Foundation for Non-violence, Oxfam America, the Positive Deviance Initiative and the Silicon Valley African Film Festival. She and her partner recently published American Family: Things Racial (Amazon), described as “a case study in liberal racism” and “a triumph of love.” She consults to global and local racial justice projects. She has a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology, and Master’s degrees in Theology and in German.