Isabel is a magnetic designer who loves to bring together diverse people to take on big social challenges.
Coming from Mexico City where inequality is ever present, Isa combines her skill set in user-centered design research and strategy with her mindset of social innovation to co-create new possibilities. She has addressed poverty through her worked in TECHO, a Latin American nonprofit working closely with poor communities to overcome poverty, and she has completed projects in the domains of U.S. prison recidivism, immigration, and social entrepreneurship. She is excited to continue advocating for a fair society through collaborative design work and stakeholder engagement.
Languages beyond English: Spanish (fluent), German (fluent)