Marci Harris, J.D., LL.M, is the co-founder and CEO of POPVOX — a neutral, nonpartisan civic engagement platform that combines legislative data with individuals’ personal stories in a format optimized for the U.S. Congress. The concept for POPVOX arose from her experience as counsel to the Health Subcommittee Chairman for the House Ways and Means Committee throughout the legislative process for U.S. healthcare system reform. Marci began public service work as Tornado Recovery Coordinator for Jackson, Tenn., working with private and public organizations and state, local and federal agencies to marshal resources and rebuild. Harris was recognized as a “Tech Titan” by Washingtonian magazine, one of “Ten Women to Watch in Legal Tech” by the ABA Journal, a member of the 2013 “FastCase 50,” and named a #13 of the “Top 100 Most Creative People in Business” by Fast Company magazine in 2012. She received a 2012 Tribeca Film Festival award for Disruptive Innovation, presented by Harvard professor and author Dr. Clayton Christensen. She is a mentor at the Code for America Accelerator in San Francisco and “The CO” accelerator in Jackson, TN. Marci has served on the Board of Directors for LaunchTN since 2012, and chairs the Entrepreneurship subcommittee. Marci lives in Redwood City, California, and maintains close ties with both the DC and Tennessee startup communities, where POPVOX team members are based.