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Hi there!

I am a Brooklyn based interaction designer exploring ways to design for public good.



I care about making important things like policy, public services, financial stability, and education equitable and accessible. My toolkit includes service design, digital product design, branding, and lots of research. 

SVA MFA Interaction Design ‘18        
Interaction ‘18 Student Design Challenge Finalist
Verizon Connected Futures ‘18          
Bloomberg AR Prototyping Fellowship



I’m pretty good at

- Thinking strategically and guiding a team toward the big picture
- Balancing technical constraints, UX goals, and business goals
- Building and identifying communities
- Iterating quickly

I Geek out about

- Stupid simple solutions
- Stepping away from the computer
- Working with under-represented populations
- Really good wayfinding
- House plants

Selected Work

inspiring more girls of color to get into politics


The Girl Represent workshops are designed to help middle school girls of color find ways they can be change makers in their communities. The girls go through a series of brainstorming activities with local women of color who are involved in civic leadership.







making budgeting more accessible for millenials 


Stash is a mobile app that uses a conversational interface designed to help millennials understand how the actions they take today with their money will impact their lives in the future. 

bringing internal legacy systems into the present


Unity was envisioned as a way to standardize and centralize information that was passed between calling agents at TechnologyAdvice, a technology marketing company.





augmented reality and early education


Kids often aren’t engaged in STEM topics in ways they can dive in and explore until middle or high school. We believe that augmented reality can help capture their imaginations early and often, encouraging love and curiosity for what are often fated to be “boring” subjects.






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