We’re excited to announce our first LEARN DO SHARE fellow. From February to May the fellow will be working closely with the US State Department to develop the first of its kind UX in government. Our fellow is helping to design an event for the State Department entitled UX Exponential as well as a ux bootcamp for various government programs.
Chatrini Weeratunge is a Master of Public Administration (MPA) dual degree student at SIPA. She has nearly a decade of experience working in countries across the Asia-Pacific region in the areas of international trade and investment policy, socio-economic development, technology policy, gender and corporate social responsibility. Chatrini has undertaken lead roles in policy advocacy, research and program management and worked with UNDP, UNFPA, UNOPS, IISD, The Asia Foundation, as well as in the corporate sector. Recently, she was recognised as a Young Asia Leader by the Asia Society. Chatrini received a Masters in Development and Planning: Social Development Practice from University College London (UCL) and a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence from the University of Edinburgh.