Oona King is Google’s Director of Diversity Strategy, was previously YouTube's Director of Diverse Marketing, and before that Chief Diversity Officer for British Broadcaster Channel 4. Oona is a member of the House of Lords (a life-time appointment as Baroness King in January 2011), and former Senior Policy Advisor & speechwriter to the Prime Minister at 10 Downing Street. As Shadow Minister for Equalities, in 2016 Oona introduced the amendment to Parliament that requires all companies in the UK with over 250 employees to publish their gender pay gap. Oona's law has had far-reaching consequences in the UK, Silicon Valley, and beyond.

In 1997 Oona became an MP at 29 - the second woman of color, and 200th woman of any color elected to the British Parliament. Oona founded the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Genocide Prevention, and received a commendation from the UN Security Council's Expert Panel for her group's work on peacekeeping. In her role at Channel 4, Oona designed and introduced a new diversity monitoring tool; Oona’s idea makes British broadcasting the first in the world to have an industry-wide diversity standard. Oona’s autobiography of her time as an MP was recently listed among The Guardian newspaper’s top 15 political diaries, alongside Disraeli & Thatcher. Oona now lives in the Bay Area with her Italian husband Tiberio - they have 4 young children, 3 of whom are adopted. Oona’s hobbies include cycling, ice-skating, and listening to AI podcasts in the middle of the night. In case Oona’s career goes very wrong, she is also a qualified aerobics instructor.