Joumana Al Jabri
Joumana al Jabri uses graphic design to promote social justice.
Her work revolves around creative processes and outputs to address pressing social issues. She is a co-founder along with Ramzi Jaber and Ahmad Ghunaim of Visualizing Impact, winner of Prix Ars Electronica 2013, partnered with Polypod. Joumana co-curated TEDxRamallah 2011 with Ramzi, organized between Ramallah-Bethlehem, Beirut and Amman and livestreamed to over twenty cities globally. She is a co-founder along with Reem Charif and Mohamad Hafeda of Febrik a collaborative platform for participatory art and design research projects concerned with social practices in public spaces, with particular focus on Palestinian refugee camps.
Joumana has a bachelor in architecture and a bachelor in arts from Rhode Island School of Design, USA, and an MBA from the EuroMBA. She has taught architecture at AUB and has contributed in Al Manakh publication on cities in the Gulf as KSA advisor, Khatt foundation as an architect collaborating with Dutch and Arab-Iranian typographers, and Abitare, a bilingual design and architecture magazine, as a contributor. She is a Synergos Arab World Social Innovator.