Lily is a curious spirit, an endless adventurer, and a lover of all things related to the Arctic. In her professional life, she leads local government innovation work at the Centre for Public Impact (CPI), working with cities across the world to harness technology in order to improve the resident experience. Outside of work, she is fascinated with the emerging field of regenerative aquaculture, the Arctic and its stewards, and the intersection of indigenous wisdom and Western knowledge. These interests even led her on an expedition to Newfoundland & Labrador and on a design thinking sprint in Nuuk, Greenland. Originally from Maryland, Lily graduated from McGill University in Montréal, Canada with a double major in International Development and Political Science. Lily sees WINGS as a vehicle for engaging women in research and exploration without compromise. She hopes her involvement with the organization helps create a new generation of female explorers that uncover new paradigms about our ever-evolving world.