Lecturer, Center for Integrated Design
Jake Dunagan is an experiential futurist, governance designer and teacher. He is the Director of the Governance Futures Lab at the Institute for the Future, a foresight research and education non-profit. His work has been centered on the concept of social invention--the re-imagination and re-invention of core social and political systems. Jake has created a host of tools to increase citizen participation in political system design, and created interactive experiences and public engagement projects that inject alternative visions of the future into the present.
Jake holds a Ph.D. from the University of Hawaii, Manoa with special focus on neuropolitics, governance design, and communication of foresight. He has an MA from Temple University and a BA from Auburn University in visual anthropology.