Virtual Series

Building Learnings: Adaptive Factors

The first of four virtual events focuses on power and privilege in cross-sector alignment. This two-part event on Friday, November 13, features George Aye, co-founder and director of innovation at Greater Good Studio.

Keynote: Why Is Good Design So Hard To Do?

What role does power and privilege play when designing for the social sector? How does that impact what good design looks like? This talk will serve as a wake-up call for designers working to make social change where the risk of doing harm is as likely as the promise of doing good.

Register here for the keynote at 1 p.m. ET.

Workshop: Power and Privilege

George will go deeper on the topics of power and privilege through a series of prompting questions and facilitated discussions. The time will provide the needed space to reflect in small groups the ways in which power and privilege show up in our work.

Register here to participate in the workshop at 2 p.m. ET.

About George Aye

George co-founded Greater Good Studio with the belief that design can lead to positive behavior change. Previously, he spent seven years at global innovation firm IDEO before being hired as the first human-centered designer at the Chicago Transit Authority. Since founding Greater Good, he has worked across multiple social issues including autism, criminal justice, education, public health and health care.