I'm an urban designer turned open web developer—which isn't as odd as it sounds. I use technology to build tools to make the web more approachable.
I champion open knowledge, documentation, and kindness. Also: open source is a privilege.
Also, also! I saw all the paintings by Vermeer!
Get in touch
- EmpireConf — (Emcee) New York, October 2017
- ColdFront Conf — Copenhagen, September 2017
- Greater Than Code — Podcast, July 2017
- CSSConf EU — (Emcee) Berlin, Germany, May 2017
- Render Conf — Oxford, England, March, 2017
- JSConf Australia — Melbourne, Australia, December, 2016
- CSSConf, Boston, September 2016
- Hanselminutes, Podcast, June, 2106
- GitHub Satellite, Amsterdam, May, 2016
- Node Interactive, Portland, 2015
- Mozilla Festival, London, 2015
- GitHub Universe, San Francisco, 2015
- Open Source Open Society, New Zealand, 2015
- NICAR workshop, Atlanta, 2015
- Mozilla Festival, London, 2014
- JSDC, Taipei, 2014
- Web Rebels, Oslo, 2014
- JSFest, San Francisco, 2014
- She++ TechStories, 2014
- Mozilla Festival, London, 2013
- Aspen Institute, FOCAS, Aspen, 2013
- State of the Map, Portland, 2012
- Code for America Summit, San Francisco, 2012
- Farmhouse Conf, Los Angeles, 2012
- StreetSmart, transportation data nonprofit, Board of Directors
- Patchwork, Git and GitHub for beginners, mentor.
- NodeSchool, Node.js fundamentals, mentor.
- Splice, 2018-Present, Backend Engineer
- MongoDB, 2017-2018, Engineer
- GitHub, Inc, 2013-2016, Engineer
- Mozilla-Knight Open News Code Sprint, 2013, 2-month grant, Sheetsee.js
- DIY.org, 2013, Maker-in-Residence, Skills curriculum, 3 months, San Francisco
- Code for America, 2012, Fellow, San Francisco
- Boston Planning & Development, 2008-2011, Jr. Urban Designer, City of Boston
- Rutledge-Alcock Architects, 2007-2008, Intern Architect, Atlanta
- Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007, Bachelor of Science, Architecture
- Ecole d'Architecture de Paris LaVillette, 2006