I've been told that portfolios are for humans and resumes are for robots. So if you're a bot, 1. beep, beep (English translation: hello there) and 2. here you go!

My past experience


First fully remote position, helping to build brand new UX team

Senior User Experience (UX) Designer

Oct 2021 — Present
  • Creating patient-friendly experiences to support them through their healthcare journey
  • Leading the effort on making our organization and tools digitally accessible to all


Dipped my toes in the pharmaceutical world, embraced the internal agency model

UX Designer

Mar 2020 — Oct 2021
  • Consulted on 11 projects with various levels of involvement during my time at AstraZeneca
  • Helped build a new digital health tool that was eventually sold to Huma
  • Collaborated with multiple teams across the world

CentralSquare Technologies

Scored my first UX role, while enrolled in a full-time HCI graduate program

Associate UX Designer

May 2019 — Mar 2020
  • Led the UX design and research for a full rebuild of an existing, antiquated product
  • Conducted various user research methods, including observations, interviews, concept testing, and usability sessions
  • Worked closely with a senior UI designer, product manager, product owner, and architect


My first job right out of undergrad, fell in love with the healthcare space

Various roles

Jun 2015 — May 2019
  • Quality Assurance Analyst: Manually tested our products to ensure they were ready for users
  • Customer Success Advocate: Helped solve some of our partner's toughest problems
  • Outside Care Coordinator: Visited over 100 practices regularly to provide customer support

My professional values


I love using my creativity to help me solve complex problems in my design work.


Having trust from others that I'll do the best I can on my work is extremely important to me.


Full send on asking the stupid questions and getting no dirty looks from others.


Most of my favorite projects have been those that are helpful to others and serve a larger purpose.


The nittest, grittiest details don't make their way past me. I mean, I did QA for a little while.

A lil' scrappy

Though we all hate to admit it, somethings you have to get a little scrappy with things.