Maryam blends her analytical and design skills to create, articulate, and implement ideas in product- and technology-related projects. She has worked with clients such as AT&T, Smart Technologies, Humana, LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, and Procter & Gamble and helped them create value driven products and experiences.
Maryam started her career as an engineer with Bombardier Aerospace and Atomic Energy of Canada, solving complex engineering problems. As a design strategist at INQ mobile in the UK, she was responsible for designing a new interface for the mobile phone of the future and modeling the user experience both virtually and mathematically.
Maryam is also a visiting lecturer at the International Space University, where she holds an annual summer workshop on applied innovation for the commercial space industry with students from over 50 countries. She holds a BSc in Aerospace Engineering from Ryerson University and an MSc and MA in Innovation Design Engineering from Imperial College London and the Royal College of Art, respectively.