Mitchell Baker is Chair of Mozilla Foundation and Chief Lizard Wrangler for the Mozilla project. She is responsible for organizing a massive, worldwide collective of employees and volunteers who are breathing new life into the Internet by delivering great, user friendly software, such as the Firefox web browser and Thunderbird email client.
Mitchell has been the general manager of the Mozilla project since 1999 and CEO of Mozilla Corporation since 2005. She's been instrumental in everything from the establishment of the Mozilla Foundation in 2003 to the formation of its wholly-owned subsidiary, the Mozilla Corp., in 2005.
TIME Magazine profiled Mitchell under "Scientists and Thinkers" in its 2005 TIME 100. She has also appeared on "The Charlie Rose Show" and "CNN Global Office" to discuss open source software and the Firefox phenomenon.