Pascal Lola is a digital technologist, artist, and aspiring people leader who believes in the power of technology, art, and collaborative teamwork. As a technologist, Pascal is currently a lead User Experience Designer for Baker Hughes, GE (formerly GE Oil & Gas). At BHGE, Pascal is helping change and improve the future of oil and gas by designing digital technologies that increase efficiency, reliability, and safety in the production process; as a result, delivering millions of dollars in cost savings to some of the largest oil & gas companies in the world. Pascal employs user-centered design and serves as a liaison and facilitator between different internal business groups, the customer(s), and the target users to make sure the right solutions are built. Before GE, Pascal worked for Election Systems & Software, the largest election company in the United States responsible for the technology, equipment, and services used by millions of voters and hundreds of jurisdictions during national and local elections. Pascal has also worked for companies like Wolfram Research and Intel Corporation. At both companies, his work focused on the design of solutions and tools to help people find meaning and value in their personal data. As an artist, Pascal enjoys creating art through both music and photography. He mentions that photography has taught him a lot about himself, life, and people. Photography has taught him a lot about risk-taking, sales, perseverance, and practice. Pascal plays a few musical instruments as well, although he feels that he has neglected his musical skills in the last few years. Lastly and simply stated, Pascal is a strong believer in collaborative teamwork and is a strong advocate for honesty, transparency, and humility as enablers for good and productive collaboration and social well-being.