Michelle Kwon, Meghan Lazier and Robin Newman believe small and innovative interventions can be powerful. As creators of the game Say No More, they are passionate about women and girls’ rights, and are practitioners of thoughtful design that help solve large scale problems.
Robin is an interaction designer and researcher at Huge, a global digital design agency. She’s worked across sectors with clients like Google, UPS, NYCLU and the US State Department to build innovative digital solutions. She is focused on creating inclusive processes that are deeply embedded in empathetic approaches and prioritize users first. She launched the first-ever Huge IMPACT social impact design sprint with the FBI, The Carter Centre and survivors of sex trafficking. She has a Canadian passport but is a global backpacker and activist. She currently lives in Brooklyn, NY.
Michelle, originally from Korea, is a multi-disciplinary designer, with expertise in branding, print design and UX/UI. Passionate about human rights and women rights, Michelle applies her design language to projects that have clear social purpose & contribution in the world. She currently lives in Seoul working with Coupang.
Meghan, a Chicago native and communications strategist, is passionate about the combination of behavior change methods, user experiences and rights for women and girls. She previously started the first TEDx event in Afghanistan and hiked the Appalachian Trail. She currently lives in Washington, DC working with the federal government.