I am a Master’s candidate at the UC Berkeley School of Information who applies both computational and interpretive methodologies in design research. My academic backgrounds in Economics and Human Computer Interaction allow me to approach complex research questions with a diverse skill set and a broader perspective.
I support and empower designers and product teams with actionable research insights. I am a scrappy product leader that understands the value of gathering input from customers, and validating bold hypotheses before shipping products. I also enjoy analyzing and improving the innovation lifecycle of digital products, while facilitating the intricate discussions that happen between the teams that build them. As a team member, I use empathy and communication to maintain forward momentum with stakeholders, and use data to drive consensus.
Outside of my professional work, I enjoy working on DIY building projects at home, making ceramics, and going to see my favorite music artists in concert. I am also passionate about diversity and inclusion in STEM fields – I am motivated to help more students of color build interest in and pursue STEM degrees.
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