Organic, farm-raised human. With an interactive journalism degree, and three years of experience managing design, development, and product engagements, I bring my storytelling and engineering background to each project. I’m as comfortable discussing complex API integrations as I am editing impactful copywriting. I’m a Certified Professional of Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) and I work every day to make the web a more equitable place.
Originally from a soybean farm in Maryland, I now live and work in Washington, DC. At Viget, I lead digital engagements for clients like the Human Rights Campaign, Arcadia, and the NFL Players Association.
I believe in doing good, and doing it well.
Clear, transparent communication.
When working with clients and internal teams, I tell the truth – and I expect the same of others. I sleep best after sending a well-worded email, GitHub issue, project plan, or meeting recap.
Project management isn’t just telling people what to do. Often, it’s doing the work alongside the team. In the last year, I've made 677 GitHub contributions (mostly tickets & simple PRs) and made countless design tweaks in Figma. I’m a digital generalist with a Google Calendar habit.
I believe that the digital world is for all people - including those with physical, mental and economic barriers to access. Accessibility is an equity challenge that can only be met with knowledge. I’m a Certified Professional of Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) and I’m working toward a certification as a Web Accessibility Specialist. At Viget, I lead accessibility QA to WCAG 2.1 standards, and advocate for testing across device tiers.
I care about making the world a better place for LGBTQIA+ people to live and work. Together with queer colleagues, I've worked to increase the visibility of LGBTQIA+ people at Viget and even led a lunch discussion on queer identity.