As a service designer, I implement innovative human-centered solutions for non-profits and government agencies. With skill in design-led research, workshop facilitation, and prototyping, I have experience in guiding projects from conception through implementation.
With a commitment to human impact work, I have applied my methodological understanding of service design to a variety of social challenges, including affordable childcare, disaster relief, and public health.
I have experience with Tipping Point, frog design, Parsons School for Design, and Earth Day Network. I have consulted with the World Bank, Concern Worldwide, and Acumen. I hold an MFA from the Transdisciplinary Design program at Parsons The New School for Design and a BA in social history and photography from Oberlin College. Currently, I am a co-founder of a child care service for low-income parents in Oakland. Check out our work here.