In the age of #metoo, the impacts of bias, discrimination and harassment in the workplace are recognized to be immediately harmful to the individual, but also have a long-ranging effect on the economic prosperity of entire disenfranchised populations. From the White House to tEQuitable, Lisa will be exploring how technology can be harnessed to solve this and other issues that especially target communities already in jeopardy.

From healthcare.gov, to veterans, students and immigrants, if we can send a Tesla Roadster into outer space, we can surely fix the critical issues affecting huge chunks of our population right here on our home planet. Lisa will use a User-Centered Design framework to demonstrate how the same practices of invention and innovation apply when creating technology for good.