My natural inclination is to use logic and data for sense-making, decision-making, and systems thinking. According to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment, I'm an INTJ (introverted, intuitive, thinking, and judging), which means I'm analytical, introspective, and strive for servant leadership. Fun fact: INTJ is also the rarest personality type for women. [1] 

designing for impact

My education has installed the lifelong values of openness to growth, critical thinking, intellectual excellence, and social justice. This has contributed to my belief that companies that strategically align social and environmental responsibility with their business objectives are the most effective drivers of long-term, sustainable impact.


One of the benefits of being the middle child is that I learned diplomacy, resourcefulness, and creative problem-solving skills from a young age. Now I apply these skills daily when working with diverse, cross-functional teams to foster greater collaboration and creativity.