2020 was an unprecedented year. The world faced a once in a century pandemic that created severe economic and societal disruption. Once unheard of behaviors, such as social distancing, mask-wearing and remote everything, became new norms. Industries were immediately thrown into a pool of unknowns, forcing rapid adaption or demise. Even more, this rare and far-reaching event took place during an American presidential election that garnered more votes than any in American history and implicated undeniable polarization.