Part-Time Faculty, Parsons School of Design
Tiago Joao Valente De Galvao Teles
Part-time Lecturer, Parsons School of Design
Tiago Valente is a designer, creative director, thinker, and multidisciplinary artist. Employing a holistic approach, Tiago is commissioned across the globe by a broad clientele in the fields of luxury, fashion, retail, innovation, and advertising. He works with teams, executives, and other individuals, employing his unique ability to mix multiple disciplines and media to create distinct voices for iconic brands like Missoni, Zara, Lane Crawford, Google, and Unilever. His award-winning work was showcased internationally in a variety of places. Most recently, he was invited to present his work at The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, in the context of Bilbao Bizkaia Design Week 2019. Tiago lives and works in New York.
Part-time Lecturer, Parsons Executive Education
Keith is a senior digital strategist and innovation partner at Infosys, where he leads cross-disciplinary transformation engagements and innovation labs that bring together diverse perspectives, capabilities, and insights to address complex organizational challenges. Keith also heads up the Infosys partnership with Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), training 1,000 strategic designers and executives to develop solutions for today’s most pressing challenges.
Keith has held positions in experience design, strategic design, branding, business consulting, digital strategy, and sales organizations. He draws on his broad experience to help organizations understand their audience and opportunity, envision future conditions, and overcome obstacles to bring products and experiences to market.
Before joining Infosys, Keith led cross-disciplinary teams at NBCUniversal, Bloomberg, and agencies such as Interbrand to develop innovation programs. Keith teaches in the graduate Strategic Design and Management program at The New School and at Pratt Institute in NYC. He has an MSc in Communications Design from Pratt and currently lives in New York and Connecticut.