Kate McCall-Kiley is a co-founder and director at xD, an emerging technology lab within the US federal government. Her work aims to create new environments and mechanisms for behavior change while experimenting with different ways to productively challenge convention. Previously, Kate served as a White House Presidential Innovation Fellow for the Obama Administration, where she worked on projects including vote.gov, The Opportunity Project, worker.gov, BroadbandUSA, and Vice President Biden's Cancer Moonshot. Her work has been featured in Time, Fast Company, and Wired. She holds a master’s in design leadership from Maryland Institute College of Art and an MBA from Johns Hopkins University; she also studied philosophy and psychology at The College of Wooster. In aspirational parallel lives, Kate would love to be a philosopher/ethicist, DJ, and participatory graffiti artist.