Nashra Balagamwala is an experiential designer working at the intersection of art and politics. Her work involves the critical exploration of taboo subjects and social inequities, frequently transforming controversial ideas into games, designs, and experiences.
Balagamwala has been recognized as a Forbes 30 Under 30, Fortune’s “World’s Most Powerful Women” and NBC’s “A-Z” list of individuals redefining Asian-American stereotypes. Her work has featured globally in publications such as the BBC, NPR, The Guardian and several other notable media.
She studied at Harvard University and the Rhode Island School of Design.