Megha Wadhawan is a service designer whose work brings real people into the heart of services. She’s facilitated workshops and trainings on service design and design research for organisations such as Ustwo. She co-authored the DIYToolkit for Nesta with STBY, taught at Ravensbourne University, University of Bath & University of York as well as mentored for the Queen’s Young Leaders Programme. An active member of London’s service design community, she is the co-founder of the London chapter of the Global Service & Sustainability Jams since 2010 and has worked on issues such as scaling up clean energy, and the empowerment of girls in India.
Her clients include Google, Microsoft, Nokia, Square, Nesta, Nike Foundation, Rockefeller foundation, Forum for the future & Lloyds Banking Group. She has also founded an art gallery, developed start-ups and lived in eight cities across two continents.
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