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Liz Danzico

Liz Danzico is part designer, part educator, and full-time dog owner. She is the creative director for NPR, overseeing and guiding both the visual and user experience across NPR-branded digital platforms and content.

She is chair and co-founder of the MFA in Interaction Design program at the School of Visual Arts. An advisor to startups, nonprofits, global companies, she also lectures widely. She has written for design-minded publications, including Eye, Fortune, Interactions, and contributes to bobulate.com.

Previously, Liz was an independent consultant, working with businesses on design, planning, and execution of short- and long-term digital programs for global companies and nonprofit organizations. In her practice, she cultivated design and user-centered programs through collaborative methods in education, in digital design, and in technology to foster positive change. Collaborators have included Teach for All, The New York Times, This American Life, and the TED Prize. Liz is proud to be on the advisory boards for initiatives that bolster design and technology, including R/GA Connected Devices Accelerator, and the NEA.

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