Trailblazing Scottish entrepreneur Currie co-founded service design agency Snook, where she is also director of networks, at just 23. Snook uses techniques drawn from design to support the public sector and charities including the Scottish Government, the British Council and Macmillan. Currie is spearheading Snook's expansion to the US and recently won a place on MIT's entrepreneurial development programme. She also set up citizen forum MyPolice.org, as well as Scottish entrepreneurial network Nightriders. Currie won the 2012 Young Scot Award for Enterprise.
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