I'm passionate about technology and design, bridging the world of design and development, actively working as an interface designer, user researcher, media producer, fabricator and frontend developer. Formerly, I founded and ran a makerspace in East Baltimore as part of a workforce development collaborative, worked as a multimedia designer and front end development lead at emocha Mobile Health, and am currently the Senior UI/UX Engineer at Baltimore based educational software company No, Inc.
Impact reports of technology I've worked on:
CDC: emocha Mobile Health application for DOT improves outcomes for 17 lives in Puerto Rico (CDC Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report) Tuberculosis Control Activities After Hurricane Harvey — Texas, 2017 (Frontend/Mobile developer, 2016-2017)
CDC: emocha Mobile Health application for DOT improves outcomes in Houston Texas during/after Hurricane Harvey (CDC Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report) Use of Asynchronous Video Directly Observed Therapy for Treatment of Tuberculosis and Latent Tuberculosis Infection in a Long-Term–Care Facility ― Puerto Rico, 2016–2017 (Frontend/Mobile developer, 2016-2017)
Profiles of my work in Baltimore:
Impact Design Hub (Contributing Editor) What The Maker Movement Needs To Learn (Article Author, November 2015)
Open Society Institute-Baltimore Community Fellowship Profile (Fellowship, 2014-2016)