Sali Sasaki is a Creative Consultant working at the intersection of design, culture and social development. She first started out as a Freelance Illustrator and Designer then left the design world to work for the United Nations.
Since 2011, she has explored creative development across South East Asia, running workshops, lectures and doing cultural research. Sali has worked with clients including the UNESCO Office in Bangkok, Culture360.org and the World Design Capital. She was also worked with UNESCO’s Creative Cities Network in Paris, France.
Originally from Japan, she’s now a global citizen, splitting her time between Paris and Bangkok.