Lauren Lockwood was recently appointed as Boston's first-ever chief digital officer. And on Friday, the Vassar and Harvard Business School graduate completed her first week on the job.

As chief digital officer, Lockwood's role is to "take a look at the city's digital assets [and] think about ways to improve them and also create a cohesive strategy around them," Lockwood told WGBH News.

Mayor Marty Walsh -- who has "stated very publicly that technology is going to be a cornerstone of his administration," according to Lockwood -- recently appointed her to the position. 

You can listen to the full interview with Lauren Lockwood above