Jai (Phillip) Djwa, MFA, is passionate about the opportunities for technology to impact social change and the arts. He is a creative technologist and digital strategist with more than 25+ years of experience in the arts, design, digital media and film/TV. Djwa worked and toured as an electroacoustic composer for 10 years. He teaches interaction design at Capilano University, UBC Sauder School of Business, and at Emily Carr University. He is an accomplished facilitator, thinker and successful entrepreneur. Djwa is appointed to the BC Arts Council, the Vancouver Fringe, and is a business mentor for new immigrants at MOSAIC.