Katie Stubley

Lecturer

For more than 15 years, Katie has been a social process designer, facilitator, event creator and educator.

She is passionate about designing events and processes that are unique, fit-for-purpose and that amplify and accelerate positive impact, and she currently lectures and teaches in the Graduate Certificate for Social Impact at CSI UWA and in our undergraduate programs.

Katie also works as a Human-Centred Designer on several innovation projects. She has worked with and for many organisations that are driving positive change including the School for Social Entrepreneurs, UNSW MBAx Design for Social Innovation course, All We Need is Right Here (Asset-Based Community Development Project), City of Fremantle and the global MIT edX u.Lab group.

She has also been the convener of Perth u.Lab Hub and the 2015 Design for Social Innovation Conference.

kathryn.dobb@uwa.edu.au

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