I knew that I wanted to work in technology when I matriculated at Carnegie Mellon University in the fall of 2009. I wasn't sure in what capacity. For a long time, I thought I would be a software engineer. It wasn't until my advisor recommended that I take Communication Design Fundamentals that I thought of design as a path.
I ended up graduating with a BS in Information Systems and an additional major in Human-Computer Interaction. I minored in Communication Design and was two classes away from the Computer Science minor.
Currently, I work at Terminal as a hybrid designer and engineer. Prior to that, I worked at an education startup, Versal.
Outside out of work, I like road cycling, reading longform journalism, playing board games, swimming, and taking classes. Since I've moved to the Bay Area, I've taken classes in Swimming, Calligraphy, Squash, Sewing, Mapping, and iOS/Swift.