July 17-19, 2017 / Vancouver, BC

Amélie Lamont / Product Designer, The New York Times

A product designer(d) and writer who specializes in using cultural studies and design anthropology to inform her design process

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Amélie Lamont is a product designer(d) and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. She is currently employed at The New York Times and specializes in using cultural studies and design anthropology to inform her design process.

She’s also the co-founder of Good for PoC and creator of The Guide to Allyship, two resources aimed at helping marginalized communities. She’s had the honor of presenting her research and work at places such as The White House, WebVisions and Cooper.

When she's not designing or writing, you can find Amélie doing yoga, serving her community, watching Korean dramas, or gathering energy for her next Kamehameha wave.