Lisa Duschek is a multifaceted individual with a diverse array of interests and talents. She started her educational journey studying law at the University of Vienna and went on to pursue a master's in ICT for social good from the Università degli Studi di Torino. Throughout her academic career, Lisa has also studied European law, agribusiness training, full-stack web development, and global risk management and crisis analysis.
Lisa has worked with a variety of different organizations throughout her career. She founded and served as CEO of CodeFactory Vienna and has been a community development manager with the AI4Development Agency and a political representative for the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber. Lisa has also founded and managed the Agripreneur Program, volunteered with ShelterBox and Collective Aid, served as a human rights observer with International Women's Peace Service, and worked as a legal assistant with Fiebinger Polak Leon Rechtsanwälte in Vienna.
Lisa's interests include education, entrepreneurship, humanitarian work, and connecting dots between different disciplines. With her background in law and technology, as well as her experience in project management and advocacy, Lisa is a versatile and effective leader with a passion for making the world a better place.