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Meaghan Kennedy // Executive Director
meaghan@sparkcorps.org

With a background in public health and industrial design, Meaghan is the founder and executive director of Spark Corps and oversees the development and execution of Spark Corps projects. Also wearing the hat of founder & lead strategist of Orange Sparkle Ball, Meaghan saw a space to explore a program focused solely on design for social impact and the mentoring young designers. This led to Spark Corps' founding in the spring of 2015.  Meaghan has taught both at the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and splits her time between Atlanta and the Bronx.

 
 

Sidney Brinson // Design Researcher
sidney@sparkcorps.org

Sidney leads the user research and strategy projects with our CDC clients. She has a Master of Industrial Design from Georgia Tech ('16) and is passionate about using design to impact social and environmental problems. Sidney also splits her time at Spark Corps with Orange Sparkle Ball doing graphic design and product development. Previously, Sidney worked as a 3D Animator in Atlanta producing 3D graphics for networks like Cartoon Network, Adult Swim and Turner Sports. Outside the office, she enjoys traveling, running, camping and canoeing.

 
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Tania Saliba // Design Apprentice
Tania@sparkcorps.org

Tania is a firm believer that almost any facet of the world can be improved upon with the right amount of thought and dedication and that there are so many things that can be made better with design thinking. Tania holds a B.F.A. in Industrial Design from Rochester Institute of Technology and is especially interested in designing for children; including toy design, learning and teaching devices, safety equipment, and entertainment. As a Design Apprentice, Tania will be focused on helping build our our design education brand, Flashlight.