Free In-Person Workshop with Seisei Tatebe-Goddu

When: Saturday, October 30th at 10:30 AM EDT

Where: GCNYC 64 Wooster Street, Ground FL., New York, NY 10012

What: GCNYC has been looking at creative initiatives to expand brand awareness, promote our degree programs and engage students and alumni while attracting new students to our community. Thus, we’d like to invite you to bring a friend to our “Introduce GCNYC to Your Network” event, facilitated by GCNYC faculty member, Seisei Tatebe-Goddu.

Seisei will be offering a “Teaser Workshop on Human-Centered Design.” See below for the workshop description. This free in-person event will be held on GCNYC’s campus. All who attend must be vaccinated, provide proof of vaccination and wear a mask.


  • The event is free so reserve a spot for you and your friend, but don’t wait as seats are limited.
  • Use this link to register:


  • 10:30-11 am: Come early to network with students, alumni and guests. Coffee and tea will be provided.
  • 11 am-12:30 pm: Teaser Workshop on Human-Centered Design

Workshop Description

Human-centered design is an innovation process that centers human needs and experiences in discovering breakthrough ideas and creating solutions. Using a design-thinking approach to problem-solving will improve collaboration, increase empathy, and uncover powerful insights. In this 90-minute teaser, we’ll discuss and practice creative tools that you can put into practice personally and professionally to generate new ideas and better outcomes.

No prior experience with design thinking is necessary to attend. This teaser workshop will benefit those with a passion for social change, inclusion and diversity, and those at the early stages of exploring their own ideas and social enterprises.

Seisei Tatebe-Goddu is Founder and CEO of Tandem Consulting Group, where she delivers strategy and organizational development guidance and facilitation, training, and coaching to clients across East Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and the United States. In 2017-2021, she was the founding Chief Operating Officer of Run for Something and the first Chief Operating Officer at Future Now, focused on building the power to improve Americans’ lives by winning state legislative majorities across the country. She is an angel investor with Pipeline Angels, a certified mediator, and sits on the General Alumni Association Board of Directors of Phillips Exeter Academy. She earned her Master of International Affairs from Columbia University and her BA from McGill University.

If you have any questions about the workshop, direct them to Seisei Tatebe-Goddu at If you have any other questions, please contact Kerri Quinn at
Click here to register.

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