Bio for Sahib Singh
Sahib Singh is a strategic design lead at the RISD Center for Complexity (CfC) stewarding projects on complex spaces in emergency medicine and civics and city making. He’s vested in how we see questions and connections which go unnoticed.
Translating across perspectives, Sahib has worked on multidisciplinary teams with organizations such as eBay, American Express, Genentech and the National Institutes of Health. He has co-developed and facilitated design studios engaging systems challenges with teams at Infosys and RI Department of Health. In graduate school, he co-led a type-2 diabetes pilot project in Ghana on a team of designers, engineers, and social scientists, and in high school, co-led a hybrid team which developed a prototype and patent to equip wheelchairs to independently mount sidewalks which lack curb cutouts.
Sahib holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with a minor in Chemistry from NYU, magna cum laude, and a Masters of Integrated Product Design from the University of Pennsylvania.
He is working with Doug on Gardenworld Politics and the Renewal of Civilization.