Thursday 26th Apr 2018
8:30 – 10am
at Iron Fireman Collective
4784 SE 17th Ave. Portland, OR 97202
Put on by Design Museum Portland
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If the key to creativity is looking at the world through a different lens, how do you change your lens? Individuals and companies alike are constantly striving to discover new approaches in creative thinking and innovation to engage a target audience.

This April, designer, innovator, and global leader Lorrie Vogel shares the keys she has used to unlock creativity as an instrument for success in both personal and professional challenges. Tapping into the right brain allows for complex problem solving that can result in superior innovations and advancements. While many companies and schools are recognizing the value of creative thinking, the tools to acquire this skill set are not always available to those in pursuit – something that Lorrie is striving to address and share.

Lorrie is the founder of ImagineNOW LLC – a consultancy that accelerates innovation by using the power of design thinking, leveraging over 25 years of innovation, design and sustainability expertise. Lorrie enjoyed a 21-year career at Nike, bringing innovation to all facets of Nike’s products as well as shaping the future of the apparel and footwear industry as the VP of Nike’s Material Science and Innovation. Before working at Nike, she was a partner at one of the top three design firms; working on a diverse range of products from snowboard bindings to lady shavers. She started her career as a toy designer for Texas Instruments working on several educational products like Speak-n-Spell.

Design Museum Mornings is a monthly event series brought to you by Design Museum Portland. These events are meant to inspire you before your day begins and bring you closer to the Design Museum Portland community. Each event will include a short presentation by a local thought-leader, free breakfast, and great people to wake up with. These events are hosted and sponsored by various generous businesses of the Greater Portland area.

-via Design Museum Portland