Prateeksha Singh is a multidisciplinary practitioner whose practice sits at the confluence of design research, futures, and systems change. She is driven to work with diverse voices and harnessing inclusive and plural images of the future, and her work has focused across gender, equity, and environmental issues.
Currently based in Asia, she is working with the UNDP supporting the building of institutional innovation capabilities within UNDP offices, and external government partners. These capabilities range from foresight, to reflecting on cohesion of current portfolios of work, dialogue design, systems change theory, and public policy innovation. Outside of her UNDP work she is currently collaborating on a range of projects which include creating a public asset on global futures methods with SOIF, a global research project on employee wellbeing, a gender relations and emotional literacy initiative, and a futures anthology focused on the humanitarian sector.
Prateeksha holds a M.Des in Strategic Foresight & Innovation from OCAD University in Toronto, chairs the annual virtual APF Futures Festival, and is the 2019 Next Generation Foresight Practitioner global award recipient for her work on equity based plural futures.
Innovation Consultant, UNDP and Founder of mpathy Designs Consulting