TEDx Xavier School February 18, 2012

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Shot in Manila, Philippines
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(Revised video) – Can shoes make us understand better? Designer Brian Tenorio argues that they can. At TEDxXavierSchool, Brian imparts his journey first as a shoe Designer, then as a Designer for development — an empathic one for progress, for good. Be sure to watch the entire talk. Something interesting might just happen.

Tehran-born Filipino-American Brian Tenorio is a New York-based design manager and communications consultant and is currently a Consultant for Branding and Design (international) at the Asian Development Bank (www.adb.org). He also is the Chair of the Designers for Development Network (www.designersfordevelopment.com)— a group of communication strategists designing for the international organizations in the global development sphere. He is the former Director of Communications and Design of Womensphere in New York City. Tenorio received his Master of Professional Studies in Design Management degree from Pratt Institute (New York), researching on National Design Policy frameworks for developing countries. During the first half of 2010, Tenorio was a graduate-level intern at the United Nations, working with its Language and Communications Program in New York.

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