UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose


Weronika Sarnowska

Weronika Sarnowska was a student in the 2019 cohort of UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose (IIPP)'s Master of Public Administration (MPA).

Weronika Sarnowska
Weronika believes that this century’s systemic challenges, such as climate change and inequality, call for a design-led approach. Her focus is on using participatory design to improve policymaking at the national and local level. 

She has a track record of developing user-centric solutions and strategies in the context of the public sector, having worked with institutions such as Her Majesty’s Revenues and Customs, Camden Council, EIT Climate-KIC and the National Museum in Warsaw. 

Weronika is particularly interested in cities as sites for experimentation.

She is a recipient of the Baillie Gifford scholarship at the IIPP and holds a BA in European Social and Political Studies from the UCL.