These 5 innovations show how good design can make the world more inclusive
Good design is user-centred and inclusive by definition - and it can open up the world to everyone, as these innovative examples on display at Davos 2019 show.
Bachelor’s in the History of Art and French Literature, Bates College, Maine; Master’s in Medieval Art, New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts. Former Director of Development, The Calhoun School in New York City. 1995-2001, held several leadership positions at The Museum of Modern Art; raised funds and awareness for the museum’s Yoshio Taniguchi building project. With Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York City: 12 years in various leadership positions; has advanced Cooper Hewitt’s mission to educate, inspire and empower people through design; spearheaded the museum’s most ambitious capital campaign to date, which raised nearly $91 million toward the transformation of the nation’s design museum into a dynamic, global resource for the public understanding of design; since 2013, Director. Member: Board of Trustees, Rhode Island School of Design; Royal College of Art U.S.A. Board; Applied Arts and Design Museum Network; NYCxDesign Steering Committee and 2020 Advisory Group; Fast Company's Impact Council. Honorary Committee Member, Salon | Art + Design. Served as a panellist for the 2017 U.S. Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Recipient of awards and honours, including: Chevalier of France’s Order of Arts and Letters (2018).