Netta Wang is classically nature-loving, meditation-attempting, Bay Area native who’s curious about personal growth, life design, and storytelling. She is currently attending Stanford University, studying Psychology and Sociology. Netta is also a student instructor and facilitator at the Stanford Life Design Lab (LDL) in the Stanford d.school, where she teaches Designing Your Stanford and focuses on creating new curriculum around crafting the personal narrative. Netta is passionate about using story as a way to connect and heal, and also runs Humans of Stanford to share the many narratives Stanford has to offer. After starting her own social venture at age 15, Netta took a gap year between high school and college to travel and work abroad, and fell in love with documentary filmmaking. She worked on a team whose feature film, Crossing Bhutan, has gone on to win 10 international film festivals. For more information, visit nettawang.com.