Panthea Lee is Reboot’s Principal and lead designer, focused on the practical applications of ethnography, user-centered design, and systems thinking in advancing global development. She has directed over USD 10 million of programming in over 20 countries, primarily in Sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East and North Africa, and across Asia. Her recent work has focused on facilitating co-creation between government, civil society, and citizens in the design and implementation of open government programs at the national and subnational levels. She also brings expertise in media development, public financial management, and social accountability programs. Prior to co-founding Reboot, Panthea was an ICT4D specialist with UNICEF Innovation. Her work has been featured in The Atlantic, The Stanford Social Innovation Review, Al Jazeera, MIT Innovations Journal, Touchpoint: The Journal of Service Design, and Fast Company. She has lectured at Columbia, Harvard, NYU, and the School of Visual Arts, and is a graduate of McGill University.