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The Idea

We believe the creatively confident people will tackle the wicked problems of this world. 

Design instills the curiosity, collaboration, and resilience necessary for persistent innovation. 

We are committed to sharing design methods so that people can envision and build a better world.


Suzi Hamill, Founder

For more than 20 years, Suzanne (Suzi) Hamill has designed and launched companies and digital products impacting how people live day-to-day. Suzi has worked with organizations like The Boston Globe, Fidelity Investments, Amazon, Reuters, NASA.


Suzi was Head of Design Thinking at Fidelity Investments where she led a community of human centered design & innovation. She directed a team that worked in “startup” style incubators launching companies, products, and services in new markets for Fidelity. Additionally, her team taught human-centered design thinking skills to thousands of employees, customers, and community members around the world. 


Suzi has lectured at Stanford University, Boston College, Boston University, Harvard University, Berklee School of Music, Oxford University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where she has shared her perspective on the relationship between "work" and "play" in creative environments. In 2019 Suzi participated in the U.S. Senate Roundtable in Washington D.C. hosted by Senator Amy Klobuchar (D) and Senator Tim Scott (R). She was one for 20 women from across the U.S. to share her perspective on female entrepreneurship.


In April 2021 Suzi and her partners launched They are joyfully committed to designing a future that is female. They are establishing a global consortium of people who are co-creating a world where women (and all people) thrive. 

Suzi continues to help people envision, design and build their futures. Using art and design techniques Suzi helps people to build strong company cultures and product. She will tap into her network  of the best designers, artists, educators, and business strategists. She will find the right people for the right problem.

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