Some more about me.


Originally from Brooklyn, NY, I now work as a program manager for frog in their New York studio. In this role, I help my teams produce their best work for frog clients as efficiently and happily as possible.

I graduated in 2015 from Brown University in Providence, RI before returning home. At school, I studied American government in the political science department, but also took courses in 17 other departments because I have too many interests for my own good. Other than politics, my two other primary interests are food and design.

I like to make things better. It almost doesn't matter what: results, program operations, website architectures, data display, the order in which my kitchen tools are stored. In particular, I like to improve experiences. This draws me to many of my loves, like architecture and Better World, but also maps, organizing, and cooking.

I like to be involved in multiple projects at one time, or as the connector between different aspects of a single project. My favorite stage of any project is figuring out what tasks need to happen to implement the project goals. Hitting on the most effective solution is an immensely satisfying feeling that I constantly seek.

I prefer to know all the options I have available. Once I do, it doesn't take me long to make a decision, because I know what I like and what I don't. I try to keep a positive attitude always.

Personal goals include learning to cook meat and to run for more than four city blocks at a time. My favorite season is winter because the cold makes me feel alive. Some important things in my life are vegetables, Michelle Obama and all that she does, anything French, seltzer, classical music, cheesy toast and groutfits.