Danny Alexander

Danny Alexander is a designer and entrepreneur, and is currently an IDEO.org Innovator in Residence. He is a partner in Who Gives a Crap, a philanthropic toilet-paper company that uses half its profits to build latrines in the developing world, and has consulted on design and social innovation projects for clients such as IDEO and Plum Organics.

Danny is on the faculty of the New York School of Visual Arts’ new Design for Social Innovation program and on the board of advisers for Design Impact and Digital Democracy. Previously, he was a partner at Liga Masiva, served as a trustee of the New York chapter of the Awesome Foundation, founded the Black and Blue Design collective in Argentina, and worked as a “shapeshifter” for Method.

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