About Kate Fisher
Strategy and Service Design for Civic Initiatives
Kate Fisher is a Program Manager and Strategist at 3×3 Design. She brings her background in user experience design and research, policy and participatory planning to public sector and social impact projects. She believes an approach that keeps values at the center of the process can disrupt and nudge systems towards a more equitable future. Kate has designed outreach strategies, engagements, services, products, processes, curricula, and research frameworks for the United Nations, New York City Small Business Services, Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment, New York City Center for Health Equity, New York City Economic Development Corporation, New York City Department of Veterans Services, Rotary International, Slum Dwellers International, Rhode Island Department of Transportation as well as other public sector teams, nonprofits and community based organizations.
Kate is active within the urban planning, policy, and service design communities in New York City and is part-time lecturer at The New School and the School of Visual Arts. Her work has been seen in Touchpoint Service Design Journal, Habitat III, The World Urban Forum, and The Queens Museum through the Civic Art Lab. Kate holds a MFA in Design Strategies for Cities, Ecologies and Systems from Parsons and a BFA in Design from Columbia in Chicago and is currently pursuing a MS in Urban Policy from Hunter in New York City.