Throughout my career, I've embraced my nonlinear path as an engineer, graphic designer, consultant and computer scientist. My vast experience and unique point of view have helped me build a community of clients, colleagues, mentors and mentees around a common goal: accessible innovation for all.
Today, I serve as an independent consultant helping technology companies, research institutions and nonprofits develop, implement and market their products. I seek to inspire an industry known for its homogeneity to take the road less traveled, embrace alternative solutions and ditch elitist ideals.
My mission is bigger than integrating and synthesizing scientific and academic knowledge to address every day problems. It's to open the worlds of science and academia to the possibility that difference is the key to collaborative innovation, changing the way that academic and commercial research does its work and communicates, welcoming more people, with different experiences on the journey of transformation.
The creds: I graduated from Stevens Institute of Technology with a Bachelors in Engineering. I continued my education at Brown University, where I got my Sc.M. in Computer Science. I attended MIT Sloan School of Management where I earned my MBA in New Product and Venture Development.