Design Gigs for Good is a labor of love from two gals who really really believe in using design to make things better out there.
Mollie has been called a user researcher, a visual designer, a service designer, a product manager, a creative lead, a UX designer and an activist. She has a hard time picking which design tools she likes the best.
Most recently, Mollie served as a founding member of the United States Digital Service in the Obama White House, working to improve the government’s ability to deliver human-centered services for the American people. Previously, we was a Presidential Innovation Fellow at the Department of Veteran’s Affairs, where she led an human-centered design project to improve Veterans’ experiences with VA services. At the US Digital Service, she worked on a wide array of efforts — from creating the government's first digital web design standards to improving how low-income Americans apply and enroll in public assistance programs. Mollie serves on the board of the Alliance for Youth Action, a national network of organizations building political power of young people in the U.S.
Check out some of her work over at mollieru.com
Sarah is a freelance designer and researcher, with a passion for applying human-centered design to local and global development. She has previously worked for SAP and the World Bank, serving Fortune 500 clients, government entities, and non-profits such as Internews, Bread for the City, Safe Horizon, and Democracy Works on topics ranging from financial inclusion and consumer protection, to healthcare, and civil and human rights.
In her spare time, you will find Sarah volunteering as a teacher, a translator, or a crisis mapper. She is a graduate of Sciences Po Paris where she studied International Business and Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Affairs. She also studied design innovation at the Paris Est d.school and User Experience design at General Assembly. She serves on the Board of Directors of SIMLab, an awesome organization striving to make technology work for everyone.
You can see more about her work at sarahfathallah.com
(Not to shamelessly promote ourselves or anything, but hey speaking of jobs, we're both on the market).