I'm a creative thinker and collaborator passionate about increasing equality and inclusion in cities.
In the past, my work has focused on designing processes, tools, and engagement models to increase civic participation and leverage local resources to address community needs. I'm currently dedicating my work to bringing digital services to government.
I have a BFA in Printmaking from Queen's University and an MS in Design & Urban Ecologies from Parsons School of Design Strategies. I previously worked at Code for America, and now consult with numerous local government agencies to improve their use of technology, especially within the HR, hiring and talent space.
Some events I've spoken at include:
Code for America Summit Designing 21st Century Civil Service | Oakland, CA 5/2019
Civic Hall Toronto Improving Hiring and Navigating Procurement at the City and County of San Francisco | Toronto, ON 5/2018
Austin's Design Technology and Innovation Summit Recruiting and Hiring for Tech Talent | Austin, TX 2/2018
San Francisco Design Week Designing for Social Impact | San Francisco, CA 6/2017
Code for Japan Summit Keynote Bridge Communities to Build Government by the People | Yokohama, Japan 11/2016
Code for America Summit Co-creating the Future of the Brigade Network | Oakland, CA 11/2016
White House Open Data Innovation Summit Impact of Open Data | Washington, DC 9/2016
Civic Tech Toronto Hacknight #45 Building Community | Toronto, ON 6/2016