Focus on: Maggie Dugan
Maggie was an American in Paris – until she recently moved to Barcelona to try out a new adventure in a new culture with a new language. She earns a living facilitating innovation: helping scientists and academics develop more innovative research proposals, or developing new products and brand concepts, or leading basic creative process training. She’s works with several networks of creative colleagues, most often working with Knowinnovation and ThinkX.
When she can, she sneaks off to do her own writing. She’s perpetually working on a novel and still writes hand-written letters and postcards. Her personal blog is http://maternal-dementia.com, and she blogs about professional topics at http://knowinnovation.com/blog/ and she contributes to the CREA conference blog at http://creaconference.com.
The thing that requires most of her creativity, however, is parenting. You’ll see evidence of that at Mindcamp: her daughters Molly and Ruby will be running about, expressing their imagination in full color.
Maggie Dugan has presented:
- Tolerating Ambiguity: Living in the "I don't know" (2014)
- Writing Freely (2014)