Dr. Shabbi Luthra is the Founder & CEO of Consilience, a non-profit company that support schools and organizations to create systems, practices and tools for innovation in an accelerating change environment. She has worked for over three decades in various teaching and leadership roles in the field of Educational Technology in international schools. Her expertise includes envisioning, deploying, and providing guidance in the areas of technology integration programs, staff development, building technology leadership at all levels of a school, and planning and managing change and transitions in schools. She has led research in 1-to-1 learning programs and along with Dr. Damian Bebell started the International Research Collaborative, a consortium of international schools researching their laptop programs. She has served as Director of Research and Development at the American School of Bombay and has led educators to study, design, prototype, and research new designs of schooling and sustainable innovation for relevant learning. She is leading the use of data to inform learning in schools through the design of learning analytics and data visualizations. One of Shabbi’s graduate degrees is an M.Ed (Curriculum & Instruction) from the University of Houston. She also holds a doctorate from Boston University in the area of Educational Media and Technology. She also teaches graduate courses on technology integration and 21st century teaching and learning at Boston University.