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Jenny is a NYC-based multidisciplinary designer, researcher, and artist interested in exploring the relationship between technology and society. Her work focuses on designing for complex systems, ranging from building visual programming tools for data analysis to approaching digital governance with social science simulations. She has built products for Palantir, IDEO, Accenture Interactive, and as well as a number of early stage start-ups. She is currently teaching a product design course at NYU Tandon and holds a Masters in Design Engineering from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and School of Engineering and Applied Sciences as well as a B.S. in Economics (Information Management) from University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton school. She has been doing art and design for as long as she's had hand dexterity, and there’s nothing she loves more than the craft of making something with cool tools, whether it’s with pixels, code, clay, or laser cutters.

Current affiliations

Previous affiliations

  • Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, Assembly: Disinformation fellow
  • IDEO, interaction designer - General Assembly, UX instructor
  • IDEO Colab, fellow
  • TED Conferences, CIVIC fellow Full resume available at Read.cv