Sarah Lewis is leading the conversation on the intersection of art, history and identity. She is a professor of Art and Architecture and African American studies at Harvard University. She has also held positions at the Tate Modern, Museum of Modern Art and New York’s Barclays Center. Formerly she served on President Obama’s National Arts Policy Committee. Her first book analyzed how setbacks are key to both the creative process and our ability to manifest our destinies.vHer TED Talk about “near wins” has received almost 2 million views.