Based in London, Suhair Khan works within the international creative industries to drive meaningful impact.
In over a decade at Google, her work has spanned arts and culture, early stage product design, sustainability, strategy and innovation. She has led global projects with artists, cultural institutions, fashion brands and the creative sector for Google Arts & Culture.
In 2020, she founded the non-profit platform openended.design to support artists, designers, and creative technologists. She is the chair of the board of Studio Wayne McGregor and advises the The Index Project and Design Museum. She sits on multiple juries and advisory panels in the cultural sector, including the Dezeen Awards, the London Design Biennale, and the Art Fund’s Museum of the Year Prize.
A graduate of Cornell and Harvard University, she is a visiting lecturer at Central Saint Martins University of the Arts.
In 2020, Suhair founded Open/Ended Design, a diverse community of creative practitioners and technologists working across disciplines.
The platform spotlights and connects innovators in culture, design, and technology from around the world, all of whom are driven by positive social or environmental impact.