Katie Stubley


Katie has been a facilitator, design strategist and community builder for over 10 years.

For the last six years she has been immersed in the field of social impact, eco-systems thinking and design for innovation both internationally and locally. Katie is passionate about developing a strong eco-system to foster social impact.

She always chooses to work at organisations and on projects that she feels deeply inspired by. At the moment these include:

  •  The Australian Centre for Social Innovation

  • Centre for Social Impact UWA (Co-Director Social Impact Festival/ Strategic Design Manager)

  • Knowledge Society (Human-centred Designer)

  • U.School.

She has been involved in the hosting and facilitation of many events including Design for Social Innovation Symposium (Perth), MITx U.Lab Hub (Perth), Mission U (Berlin) and International Initiative Forum (Switzerland).

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