Katherine Benjamin is an internationally-recognized service design expert with deep experience in frontline, operational, and strategic health programs, and a particular focus on behavioural economics and digital product design.
“I’ve made it my goal always to be part of teams and organizations leading change and operating at the very forefront of their industry,” Katherine explains. “Ayogo is one of those companies. They have a roster of incredible global clients and present a tremendous opportunity to work on some of the most challenging problems in healthcare. I’ll be joining an amazing group of colleagues and I can’t wait to get started.”
Katherine was a fellow at the Royal Society of the Arts in London (UK) in 2014, a curator for the User Centred Design Society’s 2016 conference in London (UK), and speaker at Stanford’s MedX conference in Palo Alto. She’s lectured on service design at the University College of London, and the London School of Economics and Political Science. Most recently, Katherine worked for the Ontario Cabinet Office, where she set up the province’s first digital lab for government, prior to that as a digital strategist for UK’s National Health Service, and currently teaches service design at Emily Carr University of Art + Design.