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Francesca Lascala, Community Architect

Francesca is a an undergraduate student at Arizona State University in the School of the Future of Innovation in Society. Starting as an intern, Francesca has become a lead curriculum designer (growth architect), focused on understanding the “jobs to be done,” in a particular area, and then assembling growth invitations to help community members make progress in goals that matter to them.

She has built content being used by thousands of teachers to help end human trafficking, as well as work to help teen parents, incarcerated youth, youth in the workplace, and is currently working on a social impact innovation micro-certificate for high-school students and college undergraduates. She is skilled in researching a topic, interviewing community members, and building growth invitations that matter to them.