I'm a Doctoral student at Teacher's College, Columbia University, researching the power of creative technology and anti-diciplinary education. I see some of the most urgent problems we are facing today being a direct result of highly specialized education experience received by the world's top leaders in the field of Technology, Government and others. Most of the leaders of Tech company received training in Engineering field that allow them to think about industrial reproduction, but undermines benefits to society that are not associated with efficiency, such as ability to relate to each other verbally and emotionally. On the other hand, lots of government officials and legislatures received education in Arts and Humanity area, and lack of the ability to think in a quantitative , procedural, problem and issue-driven way. This divide in educational experience resulted in leaders in their respective profession not being able to appreciate people in other professions for who they are, but alienated by who they are not. I want to address this issue by redesigning our learning environment in a way that allows for Engineers and Artists to learn together, and teach what they know to people from traditionally opposite educational backgrounds, and talk about if this experience allowed them to see themselves, others, and our community differently.