Coming from an architecture and green building background, Erin Rovalo weaves her design thinking expertise with the biomimicry approach to amplify the creativity needed to solve complex sustainability challenges. Erin has worked extensively in the built environment and beyond to include a wide range of design sectors and challenges, such as packaging design and organizational development.  She toggles between practice as a design consultant and academics as an instructor and PhD researcher.

Her goal is to drive innovation that enables ecosystem regeneration and conservation while bringing awareness to new ways to view and value the natural world.

Based in Bainbridge Island, WA USA

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Erin Rovalo

Senior Principal, Biomimicry 3.8
PhD Researcher, Loughborough Design School
Adjunct Faculty, The Biomimicry Center at ASU

Certified Biomimicry Professional