- Sami Nerenberg
- A San Francisco native, I am 5/8 educator and 5/8 social entrepreneur. Trained as an industrial designer at the Rhode Island School of Design, I have continued my quest for meaningful work at the intersection of design/social impact/education. This has led me to teaching at Pratt Institute, Brown University's Community Environmental College and at my alma mater, where I founded the advanced studio, Design for Social Entrepreneurship, as the youngest adjunct faculty. After working for Design that Matters and purchasing the urls, designforamerica.com/org on the night of the 2008 presidential elections, I am now the Director of Operations for Design for America (i.e. dream job). (The views expressed in this blog are solely my own and do not reflect the views of DFA)
Saturday, January 16, 2010
My blogging here will be postponed while I teach "Design Futures" for Pratt Institute's Design Management program, where students are developing urban agriculture approaches for the South Bronx with our community partner and awesome activist, Tanya Fields. I'll be blogging over there and posting lectures, so feel free to follow along over there! Here's one to get you started...
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