Service designer at Fjord and recent graduate of Harvard University. I nerd out about cities and typography. I care about coffee, climbing, and the outdoors.


Currently: Designing federal government services with a focus on digital transformation at Fjord (now part of Accenture Interactive).



Graduated from Harvard in May 2018 with two Master’s degrees, a Master in Public Policy from the Kennedy School of Government, and a Master in Urban Planning from the Graduate School of Design.

Proud of:

  • Co-creating and teaching a graduate-level course on applying user-centered design, technology, and innovation in government under Nick Sinai, former U.S. Deputy CTO under the Obama administration.

  • Serving on the Executive Board of the AASU and on the Planning Committees of the second biannual Black in Design Conference and the annual Black Policy Conference.

  • Research addressing digital service delivery in local, state, and national government; urban analytics and urban policy; and internet infrastructure.


Originally from Kirkland, Washington, I have studied or worked in Buenos Aires, Argentina; Sevilla, Spain; Washington, DC; New York, NY;  Boston, MA; San Francisco, CA; Claremont, CA; and Seattle, WA.