Been reading lately –––

Barcelona’s radical plan to take back streets from cars

David Roberts on a new urban-planning idea that would reclaim streets from cars

We Need a New Science of Progress

Patrick Collison and Tyler Cowen on a humanistic approach to science

The Experience Economy As a Societal Solution

Meera Clark of Obvious Ventures on the experiential structural shift

On my list –––

Trick Mirror

Jia Tolentino of the New Yorker on issues and contradictions of our time


Richard Thaler on implications of behavioral economics

What I've recently been up to –––



Let's Hear It

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A little bit about me –––

Maya is currently a senior studying Information and Computer Science at Cornell University, graduating in December 2019.

She's the Founder and Managing Editor of Let's Hear It, a female empowerment platform providing content to inspire the next generation of modern women. She's also working with the re—inc founding team on product launches that champion equity, progress, creativity, and art.

This past summer, she was an Associate Product Manager Intern at Google working on exploratory features in Search. She previously worked in product design at Facebook, designing an end-to-end guidance and inspiration tool for millions of Pages admins. Before that, she worked at Rent the Runway in product management, focusing on growth and activation strategies around a rental subscription business model. She has also helped early stage start-ups such as Sailo (Techstars '15) with design and product strategy. At Cornell, Maya has led the Ithaca Transit team of CornellAppDev, a mobility app with over 11K downloads and co-founded a community program for building side projects called Backyard.

Through her experiences, she's learned about developing products at scale as well as launching ideas from the ground up. She's passionate about using her product and design skills to execute ideas and empower people. She's particularly interested in purpose-driven D2C trends and climate change isssues including sustainable mobility and urban design.

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