Jason Ulaszek is the founder and principal of Inzovu, an international organization founded to tackle and solve social problems through design. Most recently, Inzovu has applied disciplines ranging from architecture, service design, design research and brand strategy to complex challenges proposed by the University of Southern California School of Social Work and the Kigali Genocide Memorial. Previously, Jason has worked with some of the biggest and most influential brands in the United States, including Allstate, Cardinal Health, Kohl’s and Mattel, helping them identify new business opportunities to improve brand awareness, customer experience and engagement.
He is also a founder and director of UX for Good, an award-winning social venture that leverages experience design to solve social challenges. In the past three years, UX for Good has partnered with the Dalai Lama Center for Peace + Education to advance social-emotional learning in public schools; with Aegis Trust to boost the impact of genocide memorials in Africa and Europe; and with the GRAMMY Foundation and Clinton Global Initiative to raise the standard of living for professional musicians in New Orleans.
Jason is an instructor and mentor at the Junto Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership, a B-school for founding teams of fast-growing companies, where he teaches and advises on customer experience and experience design. He also serves as an adjunct faculty member in the Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) Masters program at DePaul University where he teaches consulting and design professionalism skills to next generation experience designers.