Baltimore-based purpose-driven UX/UI designer with a background in nonprofit programs and administration.
Early in my career, I accompanied adults with intellectual disabilities in an inclusive intentional community. Later, I brought that person-centered approach to my work as an administrative assistant, where I designed a custom complex high-fidelity donation form and worked with a developer in design implementation. Three years later, the design continues to improve the ease and communication of pledged gifts between donors and the development team.
I bring these formative years of deep listening, resourcefulness, and identifying needs and constraints to my UX design process, as I hope to create solutions that are inclusive, people-driven, and practical.
I'm currently seeking a meaningful UX Design position on a supportive team in the Baltimore/DC area (if in-person) or remote.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to share about your experiences on a meaningful UX design team, give sage career advice, or if you want to discuss ethical design, accessible design trends, or raising chickens in the city!