Emily Pilloton is the founder of Project H Design, a nonprofit that uses design and building as catalysts for community improvement. Passionate about the intersection of design and public education in rural America, Emily lives in Bertie County, North Carolina, where she teaches Studio H, a one-year design/build high school program, with her partner Matthew Miller. She is the author of Design Revolution: 100 Products that Empower People, published by Metropolis Books in fall of 2009.
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