→ Formerly full-time at: Arc Worldwide, Analysis Group (primarily data analysis)
✍ Worked for: Zumper, City of Chicago
✩ Spoke at: Tradecraft, Chicago Data Potluck, eMetrics Chicago
♔ Featured by: Business Insider, Avinash KaushikAt Arc Worldwide, the marketing services arm of Leo Burnett, I made sales data easily accessible to global clients by designing and developing a platform that visualized performance data. I also redesigned monthly rent reports & internal dashboards for Zumper and created a heatmap of crime by neighborhood for the City of Chicago that hung in City Hall for a bit.
✍Worked for: Salesforce, Stanford d.School, AngelList, Ernst & Young, IDEO, SY Partners, Quiet Leadership Institute
✩Spoke at: HackMIT
♔Illustrated Improvise by Golin CEO Fred Cook (translated into Chinese)
→ Formerly full-time at: Genius
✍ Worked for: AngelList, Brilliant, Propeller
✩ Spoke at: Boston University, tech@NYU, Columbia Organization of Rising Entrepreneurs (CORE)At (Rap) Genius I enabled the fact-checking, discussion, and exegesis of any page on the internet by designing and launching the web annotator. You can see a video of the product below - it has been used by The White House and Hillary Clinton's campaign!
♨ Projects viewed a cumulative 6.5+ million times
✓ Appeared on the front pages of Economist.com and Hacker News
✍ Worked for: Parliament
♔Co-led and designed workshops with Frans Johansson (The Medici Group), Keith Yamashita (SYPartners), Lareina Yee (McKinsey & Company), Kimberly Bryant (Black Girls Code), and Joelle Emerson (Paradigm)I planned, organized, and designed PowerShift San Francisco 2016, an invite-only conference that brought together leaders across disciplines to brainstorm better ways of doing business. Attendees included GE Vice Chair Beth Comstock, Salesforce CMO Simon Mulcahy, authors Tom Rath and Chris Yeh, and Grammy-nominated musician Aloe Blacc.
♬ Jamming to: fireflame beats
♔ Top Halloween costumes: bear market, moebius stripper"Don't ask yourself what the world needs; ask yourself what makes you come alive. And then go and do that, because what the world needs is people who have come alive." - Howard Thurman