Manjul joined Shift in 2017 as an Innovation Lead and helps bring new products and services to fruition, from identifying needs to developing complete solutions that are empathic and designed for sustainability.
Manjul co-founded Eye Heroes, a charity fighting avoidable sight loss, named a Nesta New Radical-winner. She developed a nationwide network of partner organisations and oversaw its scale up to deliver interventions across the UK in just two years.
She has also led the design and development of a multi-award winning digital intervention for young people with learning disabilities for Mind of My Own, which has had widespread adoption by local and national governments in the UK, Australia and New Zealand.
Manjul holds an MA in Sustainable Design from the University of Brighton and has presented at the NHS Expo 2018, PHE 2018, WAEH 2017 (China) and the Service Design Fringe 2018.
Outside of work, Manjul is either travelling, long boarding or playing table tennis.
June 26, 2018
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