Maggie Chen

Maggie Chen

Work Experience

2023 — Now
2023 — Now
Product Designer at Nasdaq
Boston, MA

Working on an enterprise product for Investor Relations (IR) professionals - focusing on Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) aspects of it to empower a more sustainable and equitable future.

2022 — 2022
UX Research Intern at OpenGov

Survey design for continuous insight discovery and user satisfaction for a suite of enterprise products, measured by UX metrics developed with design leadership.

2021 — 2022
Cambridge, MA

Co-curated 11 exhibitions at the student-run gallery of the Harvard Graduate School of Design; took photos and maintained the gallery website.

2021 — 2021
Design Researcher (Co-op) at Royal Bank of Canada

Home journey (digital mortgage application) and online banking.

2019 — 2019
Product Design Intern at Logikcull
San Francisco, CA

Worked on the design system and visual rebrand for the enterprise discovery product.

2018 — 2018
Innovation Analyst at CSAA Insurance Group
Walnut Creek, CA

Strategic and product-oriented design thinking for employee innovation & entrepreneurship.

Side Projects


Project management & research on projects related to wireless communication technologies and others.

Research Intern at Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society

Part of the summer internship program to work as a part of metaLAB and joined the Climate Justice Working Group


Designing a mobile app as an intervention to help new firefighters develop and maintain a healthy lifestyle.


Product thinking, design, and research for a digital health platform that empowers users to take control of their health and data.


2020 — 2023
Master in Design Studies at Harvard Graduate School of Design
Cambridge, MA

Concentrated in Art, Design, and the Public Domain, Graduated with Distinction

2015 — 2019
Bachelor of Arts in Economics at University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA

Minored in Public Policy and completed certificates in Design Innovation and New Media. Graduated with Distinction in General Scholarship


2020 — 2021

Designed a chrome plug-in to alert users of (un)ethical business practices behind the websites when they are surfing the internet.