I have a strong background in research, front-end coding, and project management.
I was a graduate student at the University of Michigan studying Human-Computer Interaction where I was a teaching assistant for a graduate-level course about responsive and accessible web design. Before design, I was a researcher at UCLA exploring mobile and web apps to improve health outcomes for minority communities by leveraging machine learning and social networks. I have a passion for turning data into decisions.
Currently, I'm at Intuit QuickBooks with a mission to empower prosperity for small businesses.
I believe that design should be inclusive, bold, and whimsical.
I believe that design is an accessible tool to empower communities and advocate for people of different backgrounds and abilities. I value speaking the truth and working collaboratively with others.
I value attention to detail to the user experience while delivering with speed. Through design, I want to continue to learn along the way to improve for the future.
I aim to build meaningful experiences that are enjoyable when addressing users' pain points.
I could talk forever about how I would style BTS for the met gala.