Born in 1987 in London,
Lives and works in NY, USA
Mona Chalabi is an illustrator and the Data Editor at Guardian US. After studying International Security in France, Mona worked in the statistics departments of the International Organization for Migration. Her work has been exhibited at the Arab British Center and the AIGA Eye on Design conference.
Who is your shero and why?
Amal Clooney is a barrister at Doughty Street Chambers, specialising in international law and human rights.
How does the work you are presenting exemplify the theme of ‘sheroes’?
I try to take the numb out of numbers. My charts are designed to make you feel something about data that shapes the world around us.