I am a product designer at Flatiron Health where I spend my time researching and designing products that increase the availability of effective cancer treatments and improving the survival and quality of life through clinical research. Before that, I spent time at the Washington Post on new products and Adaptly on advertising software.
As a designer, I believe design needs to explore the treatment of people and act as their advocates. At the same time, I am not afraid to admit that I am surprised by human behavior daily. I believe in design that has something to say. I design holistic solutions that are central to both the user experience and the business goals of a product—not wireframes, mock-ups or prototypes.
I am also the Director of the AAJA Voices program, along with Maya Sugarman. With public trust in the media at an all-time low, we believe this student program is how we help train the next generation of journalists—journalists who produce quality editorial work, who understand the larger impact their work has on society, and who are deeply engaged with driving the industry.
I also like systems, semicolons, and spreadsheets. I really dislike touch screens. I spend a lot of time thinking about how technology affects who we are as human beings. I spill things. I always have an opinion. I like to have passionate debates. I care about people.
For more about my work, check out my resume here, or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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