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about me

I study sociotemporality to understand how people think about and collectively orient themselves to time. As a Digital Humanitarian Network participant-researcher, I design new ways to produce real-time crisis data through crowdsourcing + collective intelligence.

• Human-Computer Interaction • Social Computing • Socio-Technical Theory
• Computer-supported Cooperative Work • Human-Centered Design

Here are some select examples of professional projects I led prior to graduate school:

[data conversion]  — [design thinking for storytelling] — [relational data repository] — [crowdsourcing training] — [data storytelling]