Haru J. S. Jang attended the Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Arts intensive summer program in 2008, which introduced her to 3D design. In 2013, she graduated from Temple University's Tyler School of Art with a B.F.A. in Computer-Aided Design & Manufacturing (CADCAM) & Metal Fabrication.
After working in Honolulu, Hawaii as a fine jewelry CAD Designer, Haru returned to the mainland U.S. for her M.Sc. in Industrial Design at Thomas Jefferson University, home of Philadelphia University & the Sidney Kimmel Medical College. Currently, she is pursuing user-centered product design in lifestyle, safety, and healthcare. She splits her time working in Philly and NYC for TJU & 10xBeta's JeffSolves 2017 MedTECH incubation program, during which she and three Jefferson medical students founded the medical design start-up, ALAFLEX.