Q1. What was your favorite project to work on?
One of my favorite projects to work on during my Residency was the People's Parklet project which involved creating "messaging boards" for our friends and neighbors in OTR to interact with. At first, we were a little wary about having a display out in a busy street, but were very pleased with the results. I enjoyed reading many of the genuine and thoughtful response collected during this project. Also, much of the research put into the People's Parklet would later be very useful for the design-based competition Curb'd.
Q2. What attracted you to be a part of People’s Liberty?
I was immediately attracted to PL because of their communication strategies, as well as the tone and voice of their organization. By way of these channels, their commitment to community-minded experimentation is evident and sets them apart from other non-profits.
Q3. Describe your PL experience in 3 words.
Internship on steroids.
Q4. What is/was your favorite lunch break treat?
Egg rolls from Mimi's Gourmet Egg Rolls & Curry (Findlay Market)
Q5. Quick question. If you could invite anyone, no boundaries, to be a speaker at PL, who would it be?
Sir Ken Robinson
Currently working on a variety of personal projects, as well as contributing content to First Batch business accelerator.