I'm a design-thinker and a creative problem-solver with a background in gender and forest governance. I'm a French-English bilingual certified UX/UI designer from the UX Design Institute from the Glasgow Caledonian University. I design digital service ecosystems that help create positive impact for the people & the planet.
I haven't always been a UX/UI designer. I started my career at the University of Brunel in London where I studied Environmental Law and Management. I worked as a gender expert in Central and West Africa, promoting gender-based policies in forest governance. I recently made the switch from impact project management and research for two key reasons. First, I love design. Not just the pretty prototypes but the entire user experience research, interacting with people to design human-centred systems that add value and can create a positive change. Second, I want to help others reach their full potential by exploring how design can support environmental and social good projects. This has led me to co-found Gaialab Design, specialising in impact design to create positive social, environmental and economic change through design.
If you'd like to learn more and explore working together, get in touch. I'd love to hear from you!