I'M an interaction designer.
I'm a designer at Nava, working on HealthCare.gov and other vital public services. I specialize in untangling complicated systems, designing safety net services, and building things with scrappy teams.
In 2015, I served as a Code for America Fellow tackling procurement in Pittsburgh. Previously, I co-founded Propel, a civic start-up improving the food stamp application experience, and Kickstarted The League of Ladies, a feminist superhero underwear line. I have an MFA in Interaction Design from the School of Visual Arts, and a degree in Product Design from Stanford University.