Senior Associate, North America
Bronwyn Clarke is a qualitative researcher with expertise in human-centered design methods and relational innovations in the social sector. She is passionate about equity and participatory design, committed to deepening connections between people who make decisions and communities affected by them.
Her work at CPI focuses on supporting cities around the world to scale and sustain their innovation efforts. Prior to joining CPI, Bronwyn served as a user experience researcher at a non-profit advancing guaranteed income initiatives nationwide and supported human-centered design practices as a federal contractor with the Center for Medicaid & CHIP Services. She has also worked as a qualitative evaluator for Washington State's child welfare agency, helped launch a local design and innovation lab, conducted research for the Center for the Study of Social Policy, and supported U.K. social entrepreneurs' learning efforts.
Bronwyn holds a master's degree in comparative social policy from the University of Oxford.