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About

I grew up in sunny San Diego where I made my first Geocities website in 5th grade. It honored my very favorite set of twins in the year 2001, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.

I spent eight years in the Midwest -- first, to do my undergraduate studies at Northwestern University where I studied Anthropology, International Studies, and Creative Writing, and then working with the clinician user experience at Epic, the leading electronic health record system.

 I recently completed my Master of Human-Computer Interaction + Design degree at the University of Washington, where I built up my visual design skills, developed a deeper understanding of foundational design theory, and spent hundreds of hours in studio researching, presenting, critiquing, and creating new design concepts. 

I am now working as a UX Designer at ADURO, helping to facilitate behavior change through a holistic approach to workplace wellness.

I love exploring new coffee shops around Seattle, so let me know if you'd like to grab a cup sometime!

 

About Me

 
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I am a Senior Product Designer at ADURO, helping to facilitate behavior change through a holistic approach to workplace wellness.

Before, I worked in UX and QA at Epic, the leading electronic health record system. And in 2018, I completed my Master of Human-Computer Interaction + Design degree at the University of Washington, where I built up my visual design skills, developed a deeper understanding of foundational design theory, and spent hundreds of hours in studio researching, presenting, critiquing, and creating new design concepts. 

Fun Facts

  • I made my first Geocities website in 5th grade. It honored my very favorite set of twins, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.

  • Although I grew up in San Diego, I spent eight years in the Midwest -- first, to do my undergraduate studies at Northwestern University (outside Chicago) and then to work with clinician user experience at Epic (Madison, WI). Seattle is a happy compromise for me!

  • I spent a summer in Wisconsin learning to sail, but came away with a love of windsurfing. Got any tips for windsurfing in the Seattle area?

I love exploring new coffee shops around Seattle, so let me know if you'd like to grab a cup sometime! 

 

 

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