Work History
Helios Interactive: A Freeman Company
Designer - Digital Graphics (December 2017 - Present)
Junior Interactive Designer (June 2017 - December 2017)
Two of my proudest achievements during my time at Helios thus far have been holding the role of Lead Designer for a large-scale mobile application for the Atlanta Hawks that was the first of its kind for our studio, and being Lead Designer on an internally-developed tool called Content Portal to deploy at conferences, trade shows, and other large-scale events. In my day to day, I desing interfaces for mobile products, large-scale touchscreens, and augmented reality experiences. For larger projects, I facilitate user testing sessions, beginning with paper prototypes and developing into high-fidelity prototypes. Throughout all of my projects, I collaborate closely with our development and QA teams to see projects through from start to finish.

BlackBox Biometrics
Design Intern (May 2016 - May 2017)
My primary goal and accomplishment at BlackBox was designing and assisting developers in implementing the UX and UI of two mobile products that synced with one of our two wearable devices, which measured injuries sustained by the brain during impact. In addition, I revamped our brand guidelines to create large-scale trade show material, print-outs and pitch decks, and collaborated with the development team and industrial design team to establish a cohesive cross-platform experience.

Explor-A-World
Freelance Designer (August 2016 - December 2016)
At Explor-A-World, I assisted in assembling a curriculum workbook for Explor-A-World students learning a new language. This opportunity strengthened my print-based skills such as layout and icon design. This was also my first freelance experience, which allowed me to practice scoping work and establishing project deadlines.

T-Mark International
Design Intern (June 2015 - August 2015)
My time at T-Mark was my first experience in a professional design setting and a great learning experience. I assisted senior designers in creating UI components for client projects, and took on marketing material tasks.My time at T-Mark was my first experience in a professional design setting and a great learning experience. I assisted senior designers in creating UI components for client projects, and took on marketing material tasks.

Education
Rochester Institute of Technology
BFA New Media Design, Magna Cum Laude (Graduated May 2017)

Leadership + Involvement
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Career Advisor (January 2019 - Present)
I advise high school/early college-aged young women interested in tech about my role and my career journey, as well as discussing their own possible career trajectories. I also facilitate professional industry connections to jump-start their professional network, and provide feedback on portfolios.

Ladies Storm Hackathon
Mentor (May 2019 - Present)
I offer career deep-dives and industry insight to young women who are typically college-aged or looking to transition into tech from another industry.
Technovation
Virtual Judge (April 2019 - June 2019)
I score and provide feedback to teams of girls ages 10-18 who have conceptualized, branded, and developed mobile applications that address problems they see in their community. I love having the opportunity to offer industry insight and guidance on how to improve their pitches and demo videos, and to encourage them to pursue their passions in their chosen industries.
California Music Center
Events Marketing Manager (July 2019 - October 2018)
I work closely with CMC's Board of Directors to plan and execute the marketing campaign for their charity gala to raise funds for music education. My roles include creating and posting social media graphics, and advertising our auction prizes.

TypeThursday SF
Dialogue Lead (May 2018 - January 2019)
I facilitate typography-focused design critiques for attendees and presenters, who range from seasoned design professionals to students that are just starting to dabble in design. We provide constructive, actionable feedback and foster a sense of community for TT attendees.​​​​​​​
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