How do you build trust in research if assessments are not accurate? If the way in which we assess and evaluate students for college and life success are based on metrics which are not holistic and inclusive? We fundamentally believe that we need a better way to measure, evaluate, and prepare students for career and life success. And frankly, if we want to move the needle on the skills gap, leadership gap, and diversity gap we need different tools to measure what it means to be successful: to quote Audre Lorde, feminist poet extraordinaire, �For the master’s tools will never dismantle the master’s house [ or . . . ] bring about genuine change.� How can we use technology to build authentic leaders and promote diversity of thought and experience in research?