Libby is an experienced designer who has worked to address systemic issues in fields as far-reaching as early childhood education, domestic abuse, and criminal justice reform. Her background includes interning in the Obama Whitehouse, managing a Bolivian nonprofit supporting victims of domestic abuse, building a product helping communities and cops communicate through user research and advocating on a national level for college students and youth involvement in innovation. Libby has a passion for addressing problems to reduce violence and improve quality of life through the use of negotiation and human-centered design. At DC Design, Libby translates strategy into action that creates lasting impact, and helps social entrepreneurs and social sector organizations do the same. She is an alumna of Stanford University (M.A., International Policy), where she grew two early-stage social startups at Stanford’s Institute of Design, and the University of Kansas (Psychology and Biology), where she was Student Body President.