Not your average ICT consultant and senior developer, Lottie is a social-justice activist who helps progressive non-profits leverage technology and the Internet to change the world. She is a worker/owner of Openflows Community Technology Cooperative with over three decade’s experience designing and building complex mission critical applications. She has experience working across many industries including non-profit, entertainment, insurance, and finance; working for Fortune 500 companies such as TransAmerica and Warner Bros. and non-profits like JASS, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Touchstones Discussion, and Organizing for Neighborhood Equity (ONE DC).
Lottie has an MA in Liberal Arts from St. John’s College, a Bachelors degree in Comparative Literature and Africana and Latin American Studies from Stony Brook University. Her interests include human rights, de-incarceration, and oral history. When she isn’t busy on a computer keyboard, you can find her cooking, hiking, or living the rewards and challenges of a multi-generational household.