Lisa Gelobter is the CEO and Co-founder of tEQuitable. Using technology to make workplaces more equitable, tEQuitable provides an independent, confidential platform to address issues of bias, harassment, and discrimination.
Lisa has worked on several pioneering Internet technologies and created products that have been used by billions of people including: Shockwave, Hulu, and the ascent of online video. Most recently, she worked at the White House, serving as the Chief Digital Service Officer for the Department of Education. Previously, Lisa acted as the Chief Digital Officer for BET Networks and was a member of the senior management team for the launch of Hulu. She has a background in strategy development, business operations, user-centered design, product management, and engineering.
Lisa was named one of Fast Company’s Most Creative People and is one of the first 40 Black women ever to have raised over $1mm in venture capital funding. She is also proud to be a Black woman with a bachelor’s in computer science. Go STEM!