Responsible Disruption

The Podcast

About Responsible Disruption

Join The Social Impact Lab on a deep dive into the world of social innovation as we embrace ambiguity and explore how design can be used to create positive social change. Responsible Disruption is a podcast that explores the intersection of social innovation and design.

This podcast aims to bring listeners on a journey of discovery and conversation as the hosts delve into the latest thinking and trends in these areas. From interviews with leading social innovators and designers to in-depth discussions on the design process and its applications, this podcast is sure to provide valuable insights and inspiration for anyone interested in creating positive change in the world. So whether you’re a seasoned pro or just getting started, tune in and join the hosts as they explore the power of design to drive social impact.

Meet the Hosts

From J5 Design, we have Sydney Johnson (Left), Head of Design. From United Way of Calgary and Area, we have Monique Blough (Middle), Project Director, The Social Impact Lab Alberta and James Gamage (Right), Director, Innovation, The Social Impact Lab.

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Land Acknowledgement

In the spirit of our journey to promote reconciliation, we would like to honour the truth of our shared history and acknowledge Treaty 7 territory and the traditional lands of the Blackfoot Confederacy, that includes the Kainai, Siksika, and Piikani First Nations.

We acknowledge the traditional lands of the Tsuut’ina First Nation, and the Stoney Nakoda, including the Chiniki, Bearspaw, and Wesley First Nations. We would also like to recognize the Métis people, and the Inuit people who have made their home here in Mohk’insstsis, also known as Calgary.


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