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I am a technology management consultant focused on user-centered solutions. In my work I utilize my design sensibilities and business consulting background to bridge the gap between designers, developers, and the business.  

I joined Deloitte Consulting in 2013 as a Business Technology Analyst. During my time, I managed client projects with 250+ team members and designed training programs that supported the adoption of technology through large system implementation projects. I later joined the Deloitte University Center for Community Impact as a Lead Business Specialist where I was responsible for the user-experience and facilitation of Wicked Problems. My user-centered research resulted in a complete branding re-design and an overhaul of the programs classroom offerings. Outside of my client work, I worked with Deloitte leadership to strengthen the culture of inclusion through the concept of uncovering talent

Before Deloitte I founded the Chicago Red Dress Party - an organization dedicated to raising awareness for HIV/AIDS. I also directed the Seattle March for Marriage Equality for which I was honored the Marsha Botzer Advocacy Award, Flying House Productions Cowardly Lion Award, and SOaP’s “Heros In Our Community” award.

Outside of my professional endeavors, I’m an avid slalom skier, alpine skier, cyclist, and DIYer. Much of my free time is spent around a lake, peddling down the road, or designing and building projects.





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