14 November 2016
An Open Conversation with Cheryl Heller and Karin Hibma Cronan
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Gray Area Theater

2665 Mission Street

San Francisco

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An intimate conversation with Cheryl Heller, founder of the the first MFA program in Social design, and Karin Hibma Cronan, who helped “Design for the Other 90%” at Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum.  Join them to discuss the stratospheric power of design and how you can find your place in design that really matters. Or any other questions about design at a galactic scale.

Cheryl Heller
Cheryl Heller is the Founding Chair of the first MFA program in Design for Social Innovation at SVA, founder of the design lab CommonWise and winner of the prestigious AIGA Medal for her contribution to the field of design. She is a business strategist and communication designer who has founded two companies and taught creativity to leaders and organizations around the world.
Karin Hibma
Karin Hibma is co-founder and principal of : : CRONAN : :, a strategic identity design consultancy working with change-makers looking for innovative answers, from startups to Amazon, Apple, Estée Lauder / Origins, Levi Strauss & Co., SFMOMA, TiVo and the White House. : : CRONAN : : is renowned for naming Kindle and TiVo.