I've been a people-first, mission-driven problem solver for over six years, and I love it. 

My desire to understand human behavior, solve problems creatively, and imagine possible realities brought me to design through the path of medicine (unconventional, I know – ask me about it!). I design to shape the future of education, relationships, and health & wellness, all aspects of humanity that excite me. 

Aside from a designer, I'm also a dog-mom to Zara, a proud woman of color, and a life-long maker and adventurer. I get the most joy from long conversations with loved ones, learning new creative skills, slowing down for self-care days, playing strategy board games, and appreciating the beautiful small moments.  


I have ten core values that drive me.

💛 Intention: Move, act, and create with meaning and purpose towards a shared vision.
🌱  Transformation: Approach feedback and challenges with humility and care to iterate. 
👥  Community: Establish meaningful relationships rooted in trust, respect, and gratitude.
💪🏽  Resilience: Holding space for both the bad and the good to improve and grow.
🌊 Flow: Approach opportunities with mindfulness of my energy and capabilities.
✨ Impact: Positively contribute something(s) to the world and community around me.
☀️ Freedom: Using play and liberation to foster creativeness and color in everyone.
💬 Storytelling: Listen, elevate, and share stories of lived experiences to create.
💭 Curiousity: Prioritizing humility over defensiveness when approaching situations.
❤️‍🔥 Vulnerability: Being authentic to my self and being in the spaces I show up in. 

Social impact and DEI are important to me. 

I believe humans have the responsibility to give back to our communities and take care of this beautiful earth. Aside from work as a designer, I've made a lifelong commitment to play an active role in both diversity and sustainability – continuing to learn, act, educate, and reflect.

Presenting a company-wide townhall for GoPro's Diversity and Inclusion ERG.
Organizing the GoPro Climate Action Group to attend the 2019 SF Climate March.
Leading a STEM workshop for The Social Engineering Project, a local nonprofit.

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