Adrienne Guillory

Hosted at Virtual Meeting

part of a series on Insecure

About the speaker

Adrienne Guillory is an expert in Human-Centered Design, Design Thinking strategy, facilitation, and generative User Experience research. She specializes in identifying short and long-term research needs, refining problem statements, workshop facilitation, and aligning stakeholders for innovation and process improvements.

Before returning to Usability Sciences as the Director of Design Thinking, Adrienne was a Human Factors Engineer at Sabre Corporation, a Senior Lead User Research/ Design Thinking Specialist at AT&T, and Innovation Researcher for Southwest Airlines.

Adrienne is a co-founder of Dallas Black UX, member of UX Research & Strategy, and rarely misses an opportunity to mentor current and future UXrs. Adrienne holds a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Texas at Dallas and MBA from the University of Phoenix.

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Additional details

Our Louisville chapter chose this month’s exploration of Insecure, Rachael Sinclair illustrated the theme, and it’s presented globally by

Musical Guest

Dallas renaissance man Ward Richmond, has lived many lives. From his high school football career in East Dallas, to his wild days as a member of bands like Slick 57 and Boys Named Sue , Richmond has a few stories to tell—and a lot to meditate on. His new album, Highly Meditated, is a reflection of wild nights and turbulent days that covers everything from fatherhood to self-help and the future.

How does a virtual event work?

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  • Thursday afternoon: you will receive the Zoom link (if not- check your spam)
  • Friday morning: we will send the Zoom link one more time around 8am
  • Friday at 8:30: it’s on!