Emily Goligoski is a writer and designer. She is Design + Community Lead on Open Badges at Mozilla Foundation. She completed (and is still trying to catch up on sleep from) the Learning, Design & Technology Master’s program at Stanford. She conducts research in the Stanford Calming Technology Lab, which combines her passions around consumer technologies and mindfulness.
Goligoski is the creator of “In Conversation,” an educational interview series for Women 2.0 with founders of technology organizations. Her work has been published on The Huffington Post, Mashable, Design Bureau, and Josh Spear among other outlets. She is on the board of directors of the International Museum of Women and teaches Vinyasa yoga at San Francisco juvenile hall through the Art of Yoga Project.
She writes about arts and culture after getting an early start in trends reporting publishing the Gollie’s Follies newsletter in grade school in the cultural hotbed of Toledo, Ohio. She produced international human rights stories for(WBEZ) during journalism school at Northwestern University and covered public health as a reporter for the daily newspaper in South Africa. After working as an interactive producer for the advertising agency Venables Bell & Partners and as a digital strategist for Ogilvy PR, she managed conversational programs as part of online publishing company strategic programs group.