Nat Hunter is a designer, educator and coach, currently exploring how regenerative culture and organisational behaviour can positively impact people, society and the planet.
A systems thinker, Nat brings her experience in business, design and coaching together in order to create and support change.
Among the first wave of interaction designers in the nineties, she co-founded the multi award winning Airside, one of the UK’s first digital design studios. In 2006 Nat co-founded Three Trees Don’t Make a Forest, an organisation that inspired designers to design sustainably. As co-director of Design at the RSA, Nat co-founded The Great Recovery, a pioneering project that created a framework for designers to understand how to design for a circular economy.
Nat is a member of the Fab City Collective and the Distributed Design EU platform, developing new manufacturing possibilities, alternative business models and design practices for ambitious and hopeful futures.