Jackie Lightfield is a writer, coder, designer, and entrepreneur. She is currently the Executive Director of the Stamford Partnership, and co-founder and Chief Problem Solver at Norwalk 2.0. She experiments in digital media and develops strategic frameworks on how tech and everyday living intersect.
Jackie’s current projects include; bringing Smart City applications to the City of Philadelphia, introducing GIG speed public WIFI to the City of Stamford, developing a sustainable dredging process to Fairfield County harbors, and introducing an autonomous shuttle pilot to the City of Stamford.
She is a strategic thinking troubleshooter with a track record of delivering solutions to complex problems. A background in tech development, management and marketing allow her to easily work within a wide range of organizations and industries. Strong leadership abilities with a focus on amplifying the skills of those around her. She has worked with tech companies; MECA Software, blowtorch studios, US Daily Digital, AOL-Patch, Mainstreet USA, Inline Software, Microtech International, and SunStar on projects that helped companies like Shick, Dun and Bradstreet, Iomega, Apple, and Disney, develop products.
Jackie Lightfield has produced interactive media applications including websites, mobile apps, and interactive exhibits. She specializes in information architecture and user interface.
Serving on Board of Directors
Stamford Downtown Special Services District
Norwalk Preservation Trust
Connecticut 4th Congressional District Student Art Show, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Stepping Stones Invention Convention 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
Built in CT Pitch Night 2013
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