I've led design initiatives in everything from global telecommunications to international logistics, publishing, fintech, and beyond.
Beyond work, I'm obsessed with commercial aviation and have an affinity for windy weather, expensive hotel shampoo, Target runs, earl grey tea, Christmas lights, and driving late at night while singing along to songs in which I only know half the lyrics. My lovely greyhound named BellSouth is always by my side.
More often then not, you can find me in an airport. Even when I’m not physically, I’m always emotionally in an airport.
I was a product designer and led user research for Flexport — helping companies of all sizes manage their supply chain and ship freight to and from just about anywhere.
I’ve worked as a product designer for ed-tech giant Quizlet, upstart cloud publishing company Inkling, and the big, green, note-taking elephant known as Evernote. I’ve also helped out at a number of small, usually YC-backed startups.
Earlier, I graduated from Carnegie Mellon University, with a degree in Human-Computer Interaction and Decision Science.