As a Human-Centered Designer, Julie works to translate scientific and technological innovations for public acceptance, crafting experiences and products that invite culture shifts. She has taught at Birmingham’s Institute of Art and Design (UK) and worked with multi-nationals, museums, and pop stars to develop smart materials, wearable technologies, and interactive art.
Julie holds a Master of Science from the M.I.T. Media Lab (USA), a Master of Arts from the Royal College of Art (UK), and degrees in Design, Technology and Arts from Concordia University (Canada). She is a proud fellow of the Coaching Fellowship program for Extraordinary Young Women Leaders of Impact, Biotechnology faculty at Singularity University Canada and the Founder and CEO of Amino Labs (www.amino.bio), the company pioneering accessible biotechnology in the home and school.