Ehsan Zaffar is an educator, civil rights lawyer and founder of The Difference Engine, ASU's Center on the Future of Equality. As ASU’s “Chief Difference Engineer” Ehsan works with some of the brightest students and thoughtful faculty and staff in the country to craft real-world solutions to some of our nation’s most daunting problems.
Prior to his work at Arizona State University, he served as a Senior Advisor on Civil Rights at the United States Department of Homeland Security. He is the founder of the Los Angeles Mobile Legal Aid Clinic (LAMLAC) which helped pioneer the delivery of mobile legal care to vulnerable populations in California and across the nation. He serves on the board of ACLU California, as well as Team Rubicon, the country's pre-eminent disaster relief organization and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, The Pacific Council on International Policy and the Royal Institute of International Affairs.
Learn more about Ehsan's work and listen to UnfairNation, his podcast on inequality.