Cinnamon is a writer, editor, and designer specializing in service design, ethnography, and behavioral economics. She has experience applying insights from social and behavioral science to domains like design theory and practice, education services, and organizational development.
Cinnamon holds a MA in Social Design, specializing in intervention design, from the Maryland Institute College of Art and a BA in Cultural Anthropology and Fine Art from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. She currently lives in Brooklyn and Nicaragua with her dog, Gus. Read more at cinnamon-janzer.com.
Lauren Weinstein is a multidisciplinary designer and writer whose professional experience includes service design, design research, and international development. Lauren specializes in participatory systems design for public service improvement and technology design for accountable governance in international contexts.
Lauren holds a B.A. in Sociology (Human Services) and Environmental Studies from Bucknell University and an M.A. in Social Design from the Maryland Institute College of Art. She currently is a senior co-designer at The Australian Centre for Social Innovation, residing in Adelaide, Australia. Read more at lauren-weinstein.com