DANA KURNIAWAN ’22
Dana aspires to be a circular designer — a designer for the circular economy. As a student, she is a sophomore pursuing an Sc.B in Environmental Science, specializing in the Sustainable Development track. Working with the Nelson Center since September 2018, she sees entrepreneurship as a disruptive force for our linear economy and the catalyst for a systems-level change on the products, services, and systems that are embedded in our lives.
Her main mediums are product design, photography, graphic design, video-editing, and writing. One of her aspirations is to utilize design and media to communicate climate change research and spur action. On off nights, you can probably spot her at AS220’s spoken word scene or working on beatboxing.