About

Emma Funk

strategy + design + pie

 

I’m Emma Funk, and I’m interested in how strategy and design can help us to more effectively create social change.

I’ve been working as a graphic designer and web developer for the past seven years. As a designer, I get excited about making complex, convoluted information clear and useful, without removing any of its nuance. As a developer, I strive to connect individuals and organizations with appropriate technologies that support and expand their work.

I was born and raised in Fairbanks, Alaska. In 2016, I graduated from Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island with a degree in Science and Society. As part of that degree, I did a semester exchange in the Design & Technology program at Parsons the New School for Design in New York City.

I currently live in New Haven, CT and work as a Social Entrepreneurship Fellow at Yale University.

 

  

 

I’ve also moonlighted as an exhibit designer, a conference organizer, a Startup Weekend coach, a Shakespeare actor, a bottle-feeder for orphaned kittens, an emergency medicine training victim, and a wedding cake baker (for 200 people). But what I’m really known for? Pie.