Marissa Giustina studied electrical and materials engineering at Dartmouth College before pursuing a PhD in experimental quantum information at the University of Vienna, working in the group of Anton Zeilinger. Marissa's thesis was published in 2016 and focused on two conscientious experimental tests of Bell's inequality using entangled optical photons [1, 2]. From there, she moved to Google's Quantum A.I. lab with the goal of building the world's first useful quantum computer.