Sejal Amrutkar


Sejal is a graduate student at Parsons School of Design concentrating in Strategic Design and Management. She is passionate about exploring new avenues of design and creating innovative and equitable products, systems, and experiences through strategic thinking. As a B Des graduate of Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology in India, she specializes in system and service design and human-centered design. Her work is research-based, driven by nurturing lived experiences, which equip her with the skills to create inclusive solutions that meet the needs of users. During her time in college, Sejal created solutions for an indigenous community to improve their livelihoods. Previously, she was working with an automobile start-up in India to set-up their product and expand their online presence through marketing. Sejal is deeply interested in startups, finance, business models and sustainable growth strategies. She is currently a researcher at 3×3 for the NYC Parks CD Usership program in New York City.