Clark A. Miller designs and analyzes knowledge systems for organizations looking to improve sustainability, resilience, and social responsibility. Over the past 25 years, he has collaborated with cities, businesses, universities, and international institutions to evaluate and rethink how they create and use knowledge. Since 2015, he has helped lead Arizona State University’s new interdisciplinary School for the Future of Innovation in Society as well as several major knowledge innovation initiatives at the intersection of engineering, policy, and social transformation.

Tischa A. Muñoz-Erickson designs and builds transdisciplinary networks, programs, and tools to co-produce knowledge and strategies for resilience and sustainability transitions among diverse research, policy and civic partners in communities and cities across the U.S., Latin America, and Caribbean. She helped found and lead the US Forest Service International Urban Field Station, the San Juan Long-Term Research Area (ULTRA), and the NSF Urban Resilience to Extreme Weather-Related Events Sustainability Research Network (UREx SRN), all of which are strongly informed by ideas of knowledge systems design.