Michelle Lee is a people-centered software maker. Currently, she works at Protocol Labs building new protocols for the decentralized web. She was a 2012 Code for America fellow with the City of Philadelphia, and went on to be cofounder and CEO of Textizen, a mobile platform that connects cities with difficult-to-reach audiences in scalable, efficient ways. Textizen’s work in 35+ cities across the U.S. spanned public participation, human services, and youth outreach. Textizen became part of GovDelivery (now Granicus) in 2015.
Michelle was a 2012 Code for America fellow with the City of Philadelphia. Later, she served on the University City District’s Just Spaces Advisory Committee and City of Philadelphia’s GoAgile Advisory Committee. Previously, Michelle was a UX Designer at Google. Michelle created Forms under Google’s 20% time policy, and it is now the fasting growing form of Google Doc online.
Come see what’s possible when the latest digital methods and tools are applied to public sector projects. The fourth cohort of Code for Canada fellows will demonstrate the 21st century public services they’ve built in collaboration with government partners at Transport Canada, Measurement Canada and the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. Both fellows and partners will share... read more