I solve problems at the intersection of information security, identity management, and user experience, and translate between the most senior technologists and business leadership. Connecting these domains is critical for high performing organizations and I thrive managing hands-on deployment of complex technology at scale while improving user experience.
Currently, I manage systems in corporate IT for a hypergrowth startup. Previously, I managed a team at the University of California, Berkeley where we built, deployed, managed, and automated the infrastructure components to enable scalable and efficient IT services for Campus.
I received my PhD in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in 2010, for my dissertation, Online Identifiers in Everyday Life, which focused on how the confluence of technical infrastructure and policy enables and constrains social behavior.