Liz is founding chairperson of the MFA in Interaction Design Program at the School of Visual Arts. In her practice, Liz cultivates design and user-centered programs through collaborative methods in education, in digital design, and in technology to foster positive change. She is an independent consultant, working with businesses on design, planning, and execution of short- and long-term digital programs for global companies and nonprofit organizations. She is advisor to startups, nonprofits, and global companies and frequent lecturer. She has a penchant for word play, red dogs, and stray instruments. After 15 years, she continues to find it lovely to live and work in New York City.