In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Laura Korčulanin speaks with Matt Artz about her career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Laura’s journey from her early grassroots organizing to focusing on design anthropology , and founding Give a Shit.
About Laura Korčulanin
Laura Korčulanin is a pioneer design anthropologist, systems thinker, and environmental advocate. She is passionate about true world changes and working towards positive impact and regenerative solutions. What defines her the most is an ecosystemic vision and holistic approach to world challenges and their solutions, where nature is the main stakeholder.
She is passionate about life and projects that make a difference to all living beings, co-creating her legacy through innovative research and educational frameworks with different stakeholders.
She has over 12 years of experience in qualitative research, six years of experience in university-level positions teaching with holistic educational models, and a decade of immersed creation in the private and public sector, from design consultancy agencies, municipalities, decision-making bodies, NGOs, and academia.
She is the founder of Give a Shit and is currently finishing her PhD focused on integrated sanitation solutions and urban water management with a case study of Lisbon.