Devina is an Industrial Design Innovation Specialist who's objective is to make a significant impact on several Business Units, through Design Innovations, in an environment where she can contribute to the professional and personal success of the team and herself.
She is an Industrial Designer from Industrial Design Centre, Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay (IIT-B), India.
With more than a decade into the field of design, she has substantiated her skill-set to generate multi and cross-functional design details, experiences and features, making them unique. Her experience ranges across various sectors from
Agriculture, Architecture, Automotive, Consumer Goods, Interior Design to Healthcare.
Devina’s recently been conferred with the 'Red Dot Award, 2014', for innovative Insulin Delivery System and later this year
she was conferred with the 'I Design Award' 2014-2015, for Cornea Care (Ophthalmic Enucleation Kit) and Urja (Cook Stove).
She’s won the global Ignite Ideas Challenge, sponsord by Sanofi, for innovative Insulin Delivery System and was
Runners-Up, Illunova-2013 (WIDD) for designing the future of a Communication Device. She’s also been nominated to represent
India as a Global Scholar at Global Young Leaders Conference (GYLC), held in Washington and New York City.
She is conferred with the Red Dot Award for her innovative Insulin Delivery System. A closed loop system that continuously automatically monitors blood glucose levels and diffuses requisite amount of insulin as per the current need of the body through a pain-free micro-needle array.
She is conferred with the I Design Award for 'Cornea Care'. It is an Ophthalmic Enucleation Kit that helps to preserve the usability of the corneas up to 48 hours post extraction. This facilitates procuring corneas from rural areas as well, which in turn will help to treat curable blindness at the fastest rate.