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Kristina Drury is the founder of TYTHEdesign, a consulting firm supporting the goals and
needs of agencies working in the social sector. From non-profits to social ventures
TYTHEdesign use design-based approaches to support the communication and
organizational needs of groups serving the public good. TYTHEdesign has been fortunate
enough to work with some great organizations, including print & media collateral for
TEDxBrooklyn, Cleargreeen Advisors, SSBx, Crop to Cup. As well as providing
organizational products and system designed for a mobile soup kitchen, developed a life
skill training program for women in a family shelter and are currently developing an
educational after school program teaching life skills through entrepreneurship in the South
Bronx. Kristina hopes to use here design background in a way to make a positive impact
in her community.
Prior to starting TYTHEdesign Kristina has work as the NYC chapter head Project H
Design a charitable organization focusing on product design for social change. While
there, she was one of the lead designers of Learning Landscape a educational active
learning playground, built all over the world from Tanzania to Mexico also featured at
Cooper Hewitt’s 2010 National Design Triennial. Additionally, she worked as the Assistant
Director of the Pratt Design Incubator, working with clients such as UNESCO, WestElm
and Starbucks but also a series of very small non-profits and entrepreneurs.
Kristina has a bachelor’s degree in Architecture from McGill University and a Master’s in
Industrial Design from Pratt Institute. Kristina has taught design thinking and education
programs through Pratt’s DICE program, SSBx FABLAB program, StartingBlog and