My professional experience is pretty varied. I started working as an educator, and spent two years working as a professional artist. I then got into the administrative side of non-profit work and managed community education programs. After graduating from Carnegie Mellon's Heinz College of Public Policy and Management in 2010, I built up a number of experiences working in social enterprise and social innovation. I most recently spent 3 years at the UN Refugee Agency, working in the Innovation Unit on new solutions for complex refugee challenges. 


Bottom-up innovation workshop for refugees in uganda

designing a menstrual hygiene solution for zambian women 

mentoring micro-entrepreneurs in johannesburg

hosting co-creation workshop with refugees and designers in stockholm

speaking on a panel on innovative solutions for the european refugee crisis