Marney Binns trained under David Kelley, founder of IDEO, as an early student of the human-centered design process while a product designer at Stanford. She has extensive experience using design thinking to solve problems for the underserved, from user-testing a point-of-care HIV diagnostic device in Zambia to partnering with a local Indian manufacturer to bring a low-cost phototherapy device to market in rural India. While at Northwestern studying for her MBA and MEM, Marney founded a course, Innovate for Impact, that brought together interdisciplinary students to design innovative market-based solutions to the world’s toughest problems, including poverty, disease and hunger.
Design Thinking for Social Innovation
Reframe the way you think about social problem-solving with design thinking methodologies.