Making public transportation systems that everybody wants to ride.
Affordable urban environments that make active transportation safe and convenient.
Eliminating externalities related to climate change.
Data analysis that adds value to conversations.
Environmental assessments that are good for the environment.
Public involvement processes that adds meaningful information and result in better policy.
Elizabeth Sall loves making civic processes function better based on her combined experiences in software development, urban data analytics, data standards management and governance, public-sector management, and policy development with a variety of clients and needs. As a former public sector leader, she understands the day-to-day demands and realities of working in government and the challenges that make it difficult to innovate in order to provide a better user experience to the public.
Elizabeth complements her professional life with a variety of efforts related to international and local conservation, poverty alleviation, and global health (and particularly where these issues intersect) through vehicles such as impact investing, social entrepreneurship, board service on several organizations and connecting some dots where they need connecting. She has a particular passion for empowering local communities to affect (and hopefully control) their own destiny.