Lisa Clark graduated from Carnegie-Mellon University with a bachelor’s of science in electrical engineering and from Worcester Polytechnic Institute with a master’s of science in engineering management. Lisa was an integrated circuit designer and technology developer before becoming global safety manager for Allegro MicroSystems and, most recently, for Sensata Technologies. In this role, Lisa is responsible for developing the infrastructure needed to support safety developments including training of the technical staff and performing internal assessments. Lisa is a member of the US technical advisory group for ISO 26262 and delegate to the international semiconductor subgroup. Lisa contributed to the content of PAS 19451 and led the creation of multiple clauses of Part 11 for the 2nd edition of ISO 26262 including ‘Sensors & Transducers’.