Saba Ghole is an architectural-urban designer turned education-technology entrepreneur. As Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer of NuVu, an innovation school for middle and high school students located in Cambridge, USA, Saba leads the school's agenda of creativity and experimentation. Students at NuVu collaborate with experts on projects such as 3D printed prosthetics to occupational therapy toys for kids with CP to brainwave-generated art.
Saba received her Masters in Urban Design at MIT. Saba's urban design experience has included work on innovative educational projects such as the Central Los Angeles High School #9 while working at Coop Himmelb(l)au and the Princess Nora Bint Abdulrahman University in Riyadh while working at leading architecture firm Perkins+Will.
Saba is passionate about creating interactive art that raises social awareness and strengthens community. Her art pieces Pulse and Bloom and Grove are two of the largest biofeedback installations of their kind. Saba is an INK Fellow and TEDxSanJoseCA speaker.
At the Berkman Center, Saba will research the intersection of youth, education, and technology and new platforms for enabling collaborative design.