Sarah Hubbard is a Program Manager at Microsoft and recent graduate of the University of Washington. Her interests primarily lie in how technology intersects with society through topics such as human-computer interaction, technology policy, computer science education, and diversity initiatives. She is one of the authors of "Toys That Listen: A Study of Parents, Children, and Internet-Connected Toys" featured in CHI 2017 and ACM DL.
Previously, Sarah worked at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy where she collaborated with Senior White House Officials to launch the Climate Education and Literacy Initiative, White House Women in STEM webpage, and a variety of computer science education initiatives such as having President Obama write a line of code. She enjoys speaking on the issue of diversity in STEM in a variety of capacities including the Womenetics Global Women's Initiative panel, Girls Who Code organization, and through several collaborations with Microsoft. Sarah is excited about exploring some of the more interesting developments in the world of human-computer interaction, and where we might find ourselves in the future.
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