Clara Gonzalez Sueyro

Jobs-To-Be-Done Practitioner and UX Research

Clara is a design researcher and a Jobs-to-be-done practitioner with a degree in Social Anthropology from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina currently living in Palo Alto, CA.

In 2017 Clara launched her own company, a research consulting firm doing Jobs to be done research for product and service team working to deliver what customers really want.

Clara was a 2016-2017 JSK Fellow at Stanford working on a project around news podcasts and English as a second language learners.

Before being a JSK fellow at Stanford, Clara was the Director of User Experience at Radio Ambulante podcast and prior to that she was a 2014 fellow at Code for America working with the Government of Puerto Rico on a platform for small business owners.

In the past she also led a project to help foster care youth to better transition into adult life through peer-to-peer networking. She co-founded a startup and participated in Start-up Chile. She also did in-depth interviews and observations and day in the life for corporate brands in Latam.