Mary Lou is currently "stealth at stealth". Until early February 2015, Mary Lou was the head of the Display Division at Google [x] and ran two "moonshot" programs there reporting to Google co-founder Sergey Brin. She is best known as a driving force in moving the price of laptops from $1000-$2000 to $100. In 2005, with Nicholas Negroponte, she co-founded One Laptop per Child (OLPC) to build affordable computers for the world’s poorest children. Dr. Jepsen then founded Pixel Qi Corp. in 2008 in an attempt to transform a broken display component industry. In the past she has been a professor at MIT, the co-founder at CTO of MicroDisplay Corp, the CTO of Intel's Display Division and a successful globe-trotting high-tech media artist. She has been ranked in the top 50 female computer scientists of all time, and Time Magazine inducted her into its "Time 100" as one of the 100 most influential people in the world.