pixels / words / documentation
I like making ideas happen and empowering others to do the same.
I've created products at companies like Facebook, Grubhub, and Bloomberg, and have a soft spot for new ventures and Swiss grids.
I believe craftsmanship in technology means paying attention to people’s narratives, the stories data have to tell, and mastery of the tools.
Can be found binge reading, jotting down random ideas, and fangirling great founders.
// 2017 - 2018
Building the future of at home personal training.
Facebook Hack: Fundraisers —
Created Fundraising Event product with 4 engineers, 2 data scientists, and 1 content strategist. Feature shipped on Android and WWW with projected increase of donation by $5M per year
Facebook Events —
Rethinking how to convey the vibe of the events better on Facebook as well as how to make getting together with friends to go to an event easier and more memorable.
Shaping how future students learn design tools @ NewCraft (YC '18).
We see so many passions leaving unfulfilled in the best colleges in the country, so we decided to do something about it.
We all know college is hard, yet we all make new year resolutions to become the best version of ourselves...through exercising. It is really damn hard, but we are building an app to make it easier.
When I came in Grubhub the summer of 2017, the onboarding process for new restaurants is slow, labor-intensive, not user-friendly, and not scalable. We designed a product to transform this process.
The Ithaca public transit TCAT loses trust and reliability within its rider group, because the system is confusing and its information is unreliable.
While Cornell is a school with great diversity, students with different backgrounds hardly interact with people outside of their field of study.
I will be joining NEA’s Tech Investment Team full time.
Product Design & Strategy / Entrepreneurship / Product Management / Organizational Design / Brand Strategy / Digital Marketing / Graphic Design
Sketch / Framer / Adobe Creative Suite / HTML/ CSS / JS / SQL / Python / D3 / Google Analytics / Rhodia + Muji Pens
Cornell University ‘19
B.A. Information Science & Comparative Literature
From hieroglyphs to HTML, ancient poetry to audiotape, and Plato's cave to virtual reality, I explore diverse perspectives on how to think with, against, and about media in relation to the public sphere and private life, archaeology and science fiction, ethics and aesthetics, identity and difference, labor and play, knowledge and power, expression and surveillance, and the generation and analysis of data.