Lisa is a marine biologist and she received a PhD from the University of Technology Sydney in Australia. She has observed the devastating impacts of climate change on the Great Barrier Reef. To conserve our natural resources from climate change, we need the combined power of industry and society together with scientific research. Therefore, she is a passionate supporter of clean energy technology which allows us to take meaningful actions to reduce our carbon footprint and tackle climate change. She is currently working for Venture Café Tokyo, a global innovation community and CIC Tokyo, one of the biggest innovation centre in Japan for connecting innovators and developing and operating an energy and environment innovation community in Japan. In addition, she continues coral reef research at Innoqua Inc., a coral reef conservation startup, as a senior researcher and at Hiroshima University as a Specially Appointed Assistant Professor, to bring innovation into the Ocean science.