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Designing for a Just World: Claiming the Past to Move Us Forward
Join Robin Beers (SVP Product Design & Insights @ Wells Fargo) and Shawn Nason (Lead Disruptor @ Disruptor League) with special guest, Cheryl D. Miller (Designer, Diversity Advocate, & Archivist, The Cheryl D. Miller Collection @ Stanford University) for part two of the Designing for a Just World Series, as they continue to address large-scale systemic and structural inequities through the disruptive lens of design and innovation. In this session, Robin, Cheryl, and Shawn will engage a bias towards action as they involve participants in a project-based approach to changing systems, mindsets, and “heartsets.” If you missed part one of Designing for a Just World, have no fear! Visit the Disruptor League Website to catch up on the part one of the series or come with fresh eyes and ears. No previous experience required!

Jul 17, 2020 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Robin Beers
SVP, Vice President Customer Insights & Experience Design @Wells Fargo
Robin Beers Ph.D. is a senior vice president with Digital Solutions for Business and leads Customer Insights and Experience Design (CIXD) for Wells Fargo. CIXD’s vision is to empower Wells Fargo to adeptly navigate complexity through user-centered experience strategy and agile execution to make it easy for the customer to do business with the bank. Her team creates the user experience for digital platforms including Commercial Electronic Office® (CEO) portal, CEO Mobile®, and Wells Fargo Gateway’s Application Program Interfaces (APIs) developers portal. These channels and capabilities support customers’ and business partners’ sophisticated real-time needs in the digital economy. In addition to her doctorate, she holds a master’s in African American Studies from UCLA and a bachelor’s in English literature from University of Vermont. She is a frequent presenter at customer experience, customer insight, and service–design conferences.
Shawn "Man On Fire" Nason
Chief Eco-System Disruptor @CEO, Disruptor League & MOFI, LLC.
What do you call an insanely creative pastor/church musician with a finance degree who ends up in the health care industry after a short jaunt into higher education? Well, we’re not really sure what YOU call that, but we call him, “Shawn.” Shawn Nason, founder and CEO of MOFI, lives his life with a commitment to make everyone he meets a part of his family. Armed with the gift of discernment, he has the uncanny ability to walk alongside people as they struggle to connect with their deepest passions and engage their most debilitating demons. He challenges the world around him to be fully present, get real, and knock down the barrier that separates the various compartments in their lives.
Cheryl D. Miller
Designer, Diversity Advocate,& Archivist, The Cheryl D. Miller Collection at Stanford University
Cheryl D. Miller holds the Master of Science-Communications Design degree from the Pratt Institute, N.Y. and the Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Foundation Studies, The Rhode Island School of Design. She is a former business owner; Cheryl D. Miller Design, Inc., New York serviced corporate communications to a Fortune 500 clientele. She is a design industry winner, of countless awards i.e.—Awards of Special Merit, Association of Graphic Arts; Best of Category, PIA Awards; Award of Excellence, PIA Awards; Graphic Excellence, Neenah Paper Awards; Certificate of Excellence, The Art Director’s Club of New Jersey; Various Awards of Excellence: Art Director’s Club Awards, Desi Awards, Peabody Awards, Crystal Awards- Business Women of the Year, Ceba Award, Broadcast Design Awards. Cheryl D. Miller Design, NY, the corporate communications design firm that defined the Civil Rights Era. Visual Storytelling of a disenfranchised, marginalized community.