Unreasonable Women™ is a NYC–based consultancy that puts women’s needs at the center of product, service, and workplace policy design. Despite our name, we’re actually quite cooperative.
I am the Founder and Principal of Unreasonable Women. For over a decade, I have worked at the convergence of design, manufacturing, and sustainability with companies in manufacturing, fashion, music, energy, and advertising. For the last seven years, I led Autodesk’s Sustainable Manufacturing program and before that, served at the Center for Resource Solutions as Communications Director. I hold a BFA from Pratt and an MBA from the University of San Francisco. Currently, I am pursuing an associates degree in Intimate Apparel and Swimwear Technical Design at Fashion Institute of Technology and am an Adjunct Professor at New York University’s ITP. I regularly contribute to Develop 3D, Racked, and Al Jazeera.