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.
Writing/Digital Strategy, writing about the intersection of civics/tech + KPI’s and graphs at Civicist
Design/Product, reimagining tech procurement for Boston Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics
Design/Product, building the SF Business Portal for San Francisco Department of Technology
Program Management, overseeing disaster management & resilience for SF Recreation & Parks
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.
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.