I'm here to make the internet better: more accessible, tidier, and easier to navigate. I believe in creativity, code review, and compassion.
I'm not currently looking for a full-time position, and I am very limited in the number and scope of freelance projects I can take on. If you're a recruiter, please do not contact me.
Digital Scholarship Front-End Developer
Brown University’s digital scholarship hub, the Center for Digital Scholarship (CDS) provides expertise, services, and teaching in digital scholarship methodologies, project development, and publication.
Senior Front-End Developer
The Web and Advanced Research Platforms team, in conjunction with the Office of Communications and External Relations (OCER), provides support for a wide array of HMS web properties, including the
HMS flagship site, department/center/core sites, and lab websites. Services offered include hosting for self-managed websites, design and development of websites to be hosted on one of our Drupal CMS platforms, and web consulting services.
Served as team Senior Front-End Developer
Designed and developed dashboard of donor impact website
Enhanced functionality of Paragraph-based content components
Oversaw portfolio of over 40 Drupal 8 and 9 sites, including hms.harvard.edu and all associated sites:
Increased SiteImprove accessibility score for hms.harvard.edu from 66.5/100 in 2019 to 92.5/100 in 2021, largely through theme improvements (e.g., improved link styles; semantic refactoring of templates)
Managed sprint deployments to Acquia platform
Created custom Drupal 8 module to allow site editors to update text and links in an SVG
Created bash scripts to automate local development workflow
Mentored junior developer, including detailed review of pull requests and pair programming
Associate Web Developer
Columbia College Information Technology (CCIT) is responsible for the infrastructure, hardware, software, web publishing, online marketing, and software development and integration needs of the administrative offices of Columbia College.
Collaborated on or led development of:
Led relaunch of the internal Human Resources Planning & Performance Tool, including collaborating on design, conducting user research and testing, developing Drupal 7 site, and training site
Maintained portfolio of approximately 26 Drupal 7 and 8 websites
The Databases & Web Initiatives team at the Office of Alumni and Development of Columbia University is responsible for maintenance and development of the donor database, as well as internal and external websites and applications.
Maintained the Columbia Alumni Association and Giving websites, both built in Drupal 6
Redesigned and redeveloped the internal Human Resources Planning & Performance Tool, including user testing, front- and back-end development, and user training
Led development of the Columbia Alumni Association Arts Access site, including managing a contractor
Implemented automated testing and documentation of front-end code
Threespot is an independent digital engagement agency that crafts experiences and connections between brands and consumers.
Served as front-end lead on relaunch of MacArthur Foundation website
Created CSS and HTML for relaunch of Brookings Institute website, as part of a five-person team
Do Something is a New York City not-for-profit dedicated to activating young people in their communities.
Conducted A/B testing to improve user conversion rates
Created individually branded microsites for campaigns
Barnard College, Columbia University, Bachelor of Arts, History, May 2011
I wrote my senior thesis on the development of intellectual property law in eighteenth-century England, with particular reference to gender.
Courses include: Statistics, Research Seminar in History, Public Speaking
Emma Willard School, Diploma, June 2004