As an artist, designer, social activist, researcher, and business owner, I am dedicated to the process of design – one that inspires dialogue across disciplines and promotes activism, entrepreneurship, and community-engagement. This open and inclusive process is one that continues to shape and inform my professional work, personal research and teaching methods. The following resources provide a range of ways to contemplate and engage in this collective process – from more theoretical foundations to taking action on-the-ground.
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Emily has recently been awarded a fellowship through MIT’s Public Service Center to complete phase 3 of the Zongo Water Project! For more project information, visit Emily’s website, Open Boundary Design Lab