I'm a designer in San Francisco
and (metaphorical) bridge-builder extraordinaire.
Here to better the world, bit by bit.
At Nuna, I lead User Experience for self-insured employer healthcare markets. Previously, I shipped two interfaces for Center of Medicare and Medicaid Services and the users at the state level, who use Nuna as the medical claims warehouse for 74 million lives.
Unafraid of complexity and ambiguity.
Prior to tackling complexity in healthcare, I worked at Addepar to build more intuitive and transparent tools for financial advisors through more flexible analysis and reporting.
I built upon and was the steward for the living styleguide to scale design infrastructure there. I also led design and implementation of the support portal and a usability-centered redesign.
Prior to working at startups, I took a year off from college to start an educational company. We wanted to improve students’ engagement in their own learning.