Lauren Celenza is a designer and writer based in Seattle.
As a designer, her recent clients include The World Resources Institute, PlatformAbuse.org, Kiva, and HmntyCntrd, on projects related to climate, finance, design equity, and internet safety. She is a former Design Lead at Google Maps.
As a writer, her essays and commentaries on tech, design, and equity have appeared in Fast Company, Forbes, The Economic Times, and In These Times, among others.
She is an alum of the Tin House Summer Writing Workshop and author of Tech Without Losing Your Soul, a newsletter examining tech’s ethical dilemmas through critical essays and in-depth interviews.
If you‘d like to work together or just chat, get in touch.