As the UX4Justice Director and a Professor of Practice for Innovation for Justice (i4J), Sarah Mauet designs and teaches UX4Justice courses that empower students to apply design thinking, systems thinking, and user experience (UX) research and design methodologies to court technologies to reimagine how they can improve access to justice for real people. Sarah is a UX researcher and strategist with nearly 20 years of experience in website design and development, multimedia communications, and higher education instruction and administration. Prior to joining i4J, Sarah served as the Assistant Director at the McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship and the Creative Director for Media and Technology at Digital Learning. She has a track record of leading and implementing award-winning, forward-thinking projects that successfully communicate, educate, and drive innovation. Sarah has a Bachelor of Science in journalism from Northwestern University and a Master of Science in Graphic Information Technology from Arizona State University.