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Bethany Koby is a mom, CEO, designer, art director and artist interested in creating brands, businesses and experiences that help imaging a more positive and collaborative future. In 2012 Bethany co-founded Technology Will Save Us - a business dedicated to sparking the imagination of young people using hands-on technology. We are creating the most accessible ecosystem of DIY gadget kits and resources to help families, educators and young people make, play, code and invent using technology. As the CEO, she is responsible for its strategic growth, partnerships, staying true to their user-centred approach to product and experience as well as keeping the learning agenda at the core of everything Tech Will Save Us does. Bethany's goal is to grow TWSU to create more impact with its products and services, while shaping a collaborative, creative, beautiful and fun business to work in. Bethany holds a BFA in Graphic Design from Rhode Island School of Design and a MSC in Responsibility and Business practice from Bath University and was a scholarship holder at Fabrica in Italy. She has been creating innovative relationships between brands and communities for well over 10 years both commercially and personally. Previously, she was a design director and social impact specialist at the international branding and innovation company Wolff Olins. She is also an founding faculty member of the Vermont College of Fine Art Design MFA program.