Here’s my bio.
Hannah Chung is a design leader and entrepreneur. She founded two award-winning organizations: Sproutel, a healthcare design company creating interactive companions in children’s health, and Design for America, a national network of students designing for social impact. Her work has won numerous awards such as National Design Award, Cannes Silver Lion, CES Best of Innovation, Time Best Inventions, and SXSW Interactive Innovation Award.
Hannah has been recognized as “Top 15 Women to Watch in Tech” by Inc Magazine and one of 50 honored makers by the White House. She spoke at numerous conferences like Fortune MPW, IDSA, Creative Mornings, TEDx, and SXSW.
Hannah studied Mechanical Engineering at Northwestern University. She teaches design at Rhode Island School of Design. She serves on the board at Community Musicworks.