Aaron Z. Lewis

I’m a junior at Yale from Chicago, a TEC fellow at True Ventures, and a collector of questions. I tend to ask about technology, cognitive science, writing, and other people’s stories. At school, I’m editor-in-chief of the Yale Enterpereneur Magazine and co-president of Design for America. In the past, I’ve worked for a tech startup called FarmLogix and as a ghostwriter for the Illinois State Treasurer.

There’s something fundamentally exciting to me about the idea that things don’t have to be the way they were before. Not every change is an improvement, but every improvement is a change. I’m most interested in improvements brought about by technology, though I don’t care much about technology for its own sake. I see tech as a medium for bettering the lives of others. Over the long term, I want to make discoveries by thinking across disciplinary boundaries and inspire others to stay curious.