2014 Summer Stipend Panelists

We are delighted to have the following colleagues, clients, and friends participating in the selection of our 2014 Summer Stipend recipient:

Caroline Bone is a co-founder, Vice President and the head Operations at New York design firm, Bone and Black. She has been responsible for all Project Management and Operations at Bone and Black since its inception in 2010.

Christopher Allen, a former Summer Stipend recipient himself, is the Founder and Executive Artistic Director at UnionDocs Center for Documentary Art in Brooklyn.

Iva Kravitz is the owner of The Iva Agency, a Brooklyn-based marketing, strategic planning, and PR agency with a tight focus on architecture and related businesses, and an interest in working with environmentally and socially responsible clients.

Ida Benedetto is a co-founder and Chief Instigator for Wanderlust Projects, where she works to create experiences for people in places they might never otherwise find themselves.

Bill Hill was employee number 12 at David Kelley Design before merging to become IDEO. He co-founded MetaDesign’s San Francisco office in 1992 and is now consulting and enjoying the gifts of being a dad of an 11-year old daughter.

Ryan Jacoby is a Founding Partner at MACHINE and a Partner at Collaborative Fund where he helps companies to Think Big and Act Small. He pioneered the Business Design discipline at IDEO and was the first “graduate” of the Stanford d.school.

Melissa Martin is an Interaction Designer and UX Strategist in San Francisco. Her experience spans a broad range of industries such as healthcare, arts and culture, energy management, education and enterprise software, and she currently serves as Interaction Design Lead at Method and on the Board of Directors for Global Lives Project.

Luke Lanter is a Founding Partner and the Managing Director of Capture This, a digital capture and video production company based in downtown New York.

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