Let's further the ideas that matter


At Moxie, we collaborate on a specific question your organization is considering with strategy, human-centered design and innovation skills. 

Photographer: Christopher Williams

Photographer: Christopher Williams




We work on questions like: 

  • How can we create value?
  • How can we reimagine our service?
  • How does the community perceive our work?
  • What do our customers need?
  • Does our platform work for our customers?
  • How can we engage college students in our work?

We have developed programs and tested concepts for organizations who want to further ideas that are meaningful to their customer. Here are a few of those folks:

We're a collective of thinkers, testers and doers. We believe it takes many talents, perspectives and moxie to move ideas.

Catherine Collins  
Started Moxie to further ideas that matter to companies, non-profits and communities using design thinking methods. She used design methods with companies and communities during her time at Middlebury College, as Associate Director of the MiddCORE program. Catherine consulted and curated strategic projects with over 40 Vermont based organizations, developed curriculum and facilitated design thinking workshops. Before starting her own company she worked for Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies where she supported VCET portfolio companies and entrepreneurs.

Mike Kiernan
Has worked as a communications consultant with political candidates, physicians, and business executives. Mike works with college students in all areas related to communication: storymaking, crisis management, leadership, networking, and strategic presentation design and delivery. He has been Medical Director of teams on relief missions after the quakes in Haiti and Nepal. Mike is a physician as well as an actor. He has been in over 30 plays and films.

Eugene Korsunskiy
Is the Senior Coordinator of design initiatives at the University of Vermont. Before that, he co-founded sparktruck and taught design at Stanford. Eugene teaches design thinking to kids (ages six to sixty years old) and especially focuses on those around ten and twenty.




Catherine Collins
Mike Kiernan
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Let's have a conversation about your ideas. 

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Burlington, Vermont