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ABOUT

The Idea

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

Design instills the curiosity, collaboration, and resilience necessary for persistent innovation. Art illuminates universal truths and fuels the spirit. I am committed to sharing methods, modes, and mindsets of art and design so that people can envision and build beautiful worlds.

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Suzi Hamill, Founder

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

 

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

 

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

I am a musician, visual artist and performance artist. Through the making of art I explore the mysteries of life. I shares the process of experiencing art so that others might better connect to themselves, others and causes. I am surrounded by fellow luminaries in this space. When presented with a wicked problems, I will tap into her network  of the best designers, artists, educators, and business strategists. I will find the right people for the right problem.

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