Lisa Baer is a senior at Arizona State University studying computer science with a minor in business. Upon graduation, she will work at MIT Lincoln Lab as an engineer in Boston, MA. She is passionate about securing computer systems, improving diversity in tech, and examining the social implications of technology built. During her time as an undergraduate, Lisa conducted research at the ASU-Mayo Clinic Imagining Informatics Lab where she developed an application to utilize feature selection algorithms in the diagnosis of migraine patients. She was also involved with ASU Women in Computer Science as Vice President, where she kickstarted an 8-week technical interview workshop series to prepare members for the Grace Hopper Conference. Outside of school, Lisa enjoys traveling, yoga, and hiking.