My career's foundation was built on content strategy.
I cut my teeth in journalism, and eventually went into media relations and content strategy. I built 3 websites, and 3 intranets. It was the last intranet project that punted me into user-centric design.
I wanted to help stakeholders understand why user-centric design and strategy was necessary for employee engagement, user adoption, and better customer service. So I completed a master's of science in Information + Digital Strategy from Columbia University, and also completed a UXDI immersive from General Assembly. I'm a life-long learner, so I'm sure I'll have more to add here.
My super powers-- I am great at bringing people together and working on teams. I've been told that I am a thoughtful project manager, and a talented user researcher.
I would love to work on your team and help your organization find that nexus between clients and users. My resume has all the details of my projects and their results.
When I'm not UXing, friends will find me playing music, riding my scooter, or binging on Star Trek reruns.