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Good design starts with good listening. With a background in constituent voice and philanthropic feedback, my approach starts with the people who we're designing for. This portfolio highlights several human-centered design projects used to create products and experiences that the people who are most affected actually want. 


Student Consultant

How might Washington DC's Ward 4 welcome economic development that establishes shared prosperity for its residents?

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Maryland Innovation Center

Student Consultant

How might the MIC reach historically underserved entrepreneurs in Howard County and clearly express what we provide and how to access it?

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YMCA Youth Changemakers

Design for America - Designer

How might we create a low lift, high impact framework for local YMCA chapters to
identify the priorities and activities for their changemakers?

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Experience Designer

How might we create a new hybrid classroom product that will increase connectivity and engagement for seamless educational experiences and equal learning opportunities?

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UBC Innovation Week

Design Sprint Facilitator

How might we redesign the trauma bay to improve communication and outcomes during an activation?

As Design Sprint Facilitator, I led 12 surgery residents through the human-centered design steps of Empathize, Define, and Ideate.

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