Sana is a Service Designer and researcher who is driven by empathy and aims to create a positive social impact. Her interests revolve around unpacking human centered design and exploring its usage in issues related to gender, class, and the urban city sphere.
She has a Bachelors in Social Development & Policy from Habib University. She has also spent a summer semester at Stanford University as part of the International Honors Program where she explored and worked with the d.school – Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, a design thinking institute based at Stanford.
Coming Fall, she will be pursuing a Masters in Urban Planning and Design in the United States as a Fulbright scholar.
Currently, she is working at Designist, an experience design agency, where she uses multidisciplinary design to solve challenging problems in complex organizations.