Kate McEntee is a social design researcher with a practice focused on asking the right questions.
Prior to joining Monash, Kate worked for eight years as a storytelling and presentation consultant to trial attorneys in the United States, specialising in intellectual property law. She had the opportunity to work with Stanford’s d.school, learning and teaching human-centered design to non-designers. Her MFA in Transdisciplinary Design was rooted in systems thinking and radical collaboration between different fields, approaches, and people.
Kate’s current research investigates equity and diversity in design practice and designers working in emerging learning contexts. Whether teaching, writing or consulting, her work is guided by connecting with other people and sharing stories.