Liz Ogbu

Designer; Founder, Studio O

Liz Ogbu is a designer, urbanist, social-innovation strategist, and founder of Studio O, a multidisciplinary design and consulting practice. She is on the faculty at UC Berkeley and Stanford’s d.school. Design projects include shelters for immigrant day laborers and a water and health social enterprise for low-income Kenyans. Previously, she was scholar-in-residence at the Center for Art and Public Life at California College of the Arts, innovator-in-residence through the inaugural IDEO.org fellowship, and design director at the nonprofit Public Architecture. Named as one of Public Interest Design’s Top 100, Ogbu is a Senior Fellow of the Design Futures Council.

Videos/Audio of Liz Ogbu

At the moment they feel most vulnerable, patients and family members typically find themselves in impersonal hospital... See more
Inequities abound in healthcare. Out of the reach of adequate services, infants born to African-American women in the... See more