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Cleveland, OH 44113
Lauren Williams is a Los Angeles-based designer, researcher, and writer who works with visual and interactive media to understand, critique, and reimagine the ways in which social and economic systems distribute and exercise power. Her work seeks to expose and unsettle power and often prioritizes engaging people through design in service of imagining and manifesting a more equitable present and future. Lauren is currently an adjunct associate professor at ArtCenter College of Design, teaching a course on design-led research methods that prioritize engagements with people and places in Detroit. Previously, she led numerous initiatives aimed at addressing economic inequality while working at Prosperity Now: Qualitative research studies, federal and state policy advocacy efforts, and program-related partnerships with community-based organizations. She received her MFA from ArtCenter College of Design and BA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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