About Me

I conduct mixed-methods research for social impact technology and design projects. Whether it’s centering marginalized voices for a breast pump hackathon, customizing games with NGO’s for public engagement, or customer journey mapping a cancer diagnostic testing experience- I am driven by a focus on empathy. 

I use my skills design research, project management, partnership development, and workshop facilitation to improve healthcare and democracy. I have spent 4+ years wearing many hats: producing games, writing reports, and building networks for the social good while working at the Engagement Lab at Emerson College. My collaborators have included: the United Way, Greenpeace, the Participatory Budgeting Project, and and the Office of Science and Technology Policy under the Obama Administration. Recently, I am working on research and strategy with a dynamic design and development team to improve cancer genomic testing at Foundation Medicine.

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Located —
Boston, MA

Group keynote, at the  Make the Breast Pump Not Suck Hackathon and Paid Family Leave Policy Summit . April 2018, MIT Media Lab