Eusebio Scornavacca is a professor and interim director at the School for the Future of Innovation in Society (SFIS) within the College of Global Futures at Arizona State University (ASU). In addition to his role at SFIS, he is co-director of ASU’s Science and Technology Center for Sustainability Innovation (New Economy Initiative). He also holds the position of professor of digital innovation at the Thunderbird School of Global Management and is a Senior Global Futures Scientist at ASU’s Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory. He is a global scholar, fostering extensive research collaborations across six continents. His research interests span a broad spectrum, encompassing areas such as disruptive digital innovation, high-impact innovation, digital entrepreneurship, ICT for development, digital sustainability, and digital climate-tech. Over the past two decades, he has conducted research employing both qualitative and quantitative methodologies, contributing insights to various industries, including projects sponsored by the private sector. Furthermore, Scornavacca boasts considerable experience in developing multinational, cross-disciplinary inquiry-based learning initiatives. Scornavacca’s research has been published in leading academic journals. His commitment to advancing knowledge in his field is further evident through his editorial roles and contributions as a track chair at leading conferences.