Grab a beverage, any beverage, and get comfortable because MODA is bringing design to you!
Join us online for a virtual Drink in Design. Atlanta’s most creative people (and some from beyond the 404) will invite you into their home, studio, or maker space. They’ll tell you about their work, their career trajectory, and what they’re thinking about now as our world takes a new form.
Drink in Design will be held on Zoom, so you’ll be able to interact and engage with each designer personally. Just register and the meeting link will be delivered straight to your inbox.
On June 10th, we’ll be talking with social inclusion & design specialist, Jasmine Burton, founder of Wish for WASH and a social impact designer who seeks to utilize design thinking, evidence-based research, and business acumen to build a more inclusive world.
Jasmine will be talking about this social impact organization that innovates around sanitation. And, in honor of Menstrual Hygiene Day, an annual awareness day to highlight the importance of good menstrual hygiene management (MHM), she’ll be talking about a menstrual product design collaboration she’s working on!
About Jasmine Burton:
Jasmine Burton is a social inclusion and design specialist with a focus on gender equity, meaningful youth engagement, and innovation in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and global health sectors. An Atlanta native and Georgia Tech Industrial Design Graduate, she is trained in product design and public health, and is passionate about social justice and human rights. She has led iterative toilet innovation pilots and research across Sub-Saharan Africa with a design thinking lens and in resettled refugee communities as the founder of Wish for WASH, a social impact organization that seeks to bring innovation to sanitation. Jasmine is the Toilet Accelerator Manager and Social Inclusion Lead at the Toilet Board Coalition, Technical Advisor for the gender equity startup Equilo, on the Board of Directors for Planet Indonesia in order to help lead their WASH and gender strategies, a Design/Communications Associate for Women in Global Health, and a former consultant for gender and women’s health research organizations Atethemis and International Planned Parenthood Federation. As a 2018-2019 Women Deliver Young Leader, she spoke at the 2019 WD conference about her work and vision for gender equity in the WASH sector. Jasmine identifies as a social impact designer who seeks to utilize design thinking, evidence-based research, and business acumen to build a more inclusive world.