Joanne Cheung (张涓) is an immigrant artist and writer. She serves as a Strategy Advisor to the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University and a Lecturer at University of California, Berkeley. Previously, Joanne was a Director of IDEO’s Racial Justice Impact Fund and Systems Change practice and a Fellow at the American Association of University Women. Her work has been exhibited internationally and featured in Wallpaper, Wired, Fast Company, and the New York Times; she has spoken at the Duke Center on Law & Technology and the National Academy of Sciences. Joanne holds a BA from Dartmouth College, a MFA from Bard College Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, and a M.Arch from Harvard Graduate School of Design. She lives in Berkeley, California.


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Affiliations  
Strategy Advisor, Institute for Rebooting Social MediaHarvard Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society.
Lecturer, University of California, Berkeley.
Member, Zebras Unite, Cultural Evolution SocietyAnthropocene Curriculum, Sustainable Economies Law Center, Design Justice Network
Previous: IDEO, RadicalxChange, AAUWThe Jewish Museum, EyebeamPerforma Biennial. 



Teaching

Stanford University, “Systems Design in Health”.

University of California, Berkeley, “Designing the Future: Climate Change”.



Writing
Real Estate Politik: Democracy and the Financialization of Social Networks, Journal of Social Computing (forthcoming).
First Mile Health, IDEO Journal.
Policy Prototyping for the Future of Work, Harvard Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation.


Speaking
Anthropocene Campus Venice, 2021.
Novartis Biome Summit, 2021. 
Interface Women’s Summit, 2021.
Data Governance Design Conference, Duke Center on Law & Technology, 2019.
SocialxDesign, Harvard Business School, 2019.
Honoring All Expertise: Social Responsibility and Ethics in Tech, Harvard Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, 2018.
Role/Play: Collaborative Creativity, National Academy of Sciences, 2018.
ArtTechPsyche III, Harvard University, 2017.



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