Reflections from a Product Management Apprentice

Originally posted on NYC Opportunity’s Medium Channel Summer 2019. I’ve just finished a five-month internship with the Mayor’s Office for Economic Opportunity as Product Management Apprentice. I am grateful for the opportunity to have learned from and worked with this thoughtful and dedicated team of technologists and builders. I hope that sharing my experiences willContinue reading “Reflections from a Product Management Apprentice”

Published Articles

SPACE, PLACE AND UNITY AT THE WOMEN’S MARCH Published on the Cambridge Innovation Center blog, January 2017 DIY VIRTUAL REALITY: A 3D SCAN OF CIC’S MONTHLY BOSTON VR MEETUP Published on the Cambridge Innovation Center blog, August 2016 6 STEPS FOR BIKING TO WORK, CAMBRIDGE EDITION Published on the Cambridge Innovation Center blog, October 2015Continue reading “Published Articles”


On an overcast Saturday in January, my mother and I walked the National Mall in Washington, D.C. with close to 500,000 people, in awe of the of the sheer diversity of opinion and unabashed advocacy that makes America great. An eight-year-old yelled, “Tell me what democracy looks like!” to a chorus of “This is whatContinue reading “CIVIC ENGAGEMENT: SPACE, PLACE AND UNITY AT THE WOMEN’S MARCH”

Lounge: Scratching Surfaces

Here are a few pictures from SCRATCHING SURFACES, the one-night performance, art and sound exhibition for Atelier Hotel Pro Forma’s monthly Lounge event.  It was a fantastic evening. Almost 100 people came between 17:00 and 20:00. The night was themed around the Copenhagen Cable Park, the surfing area that had been the subject of our first assignment. AsContinue reading “Lounge: Scratching Surfaces”

Lake Street Dive

Sometimes a voice channels everything I’ve ever wanted to be. It happens when I listen to Joni Mitchell, Ella Fitzgerald, Nora Jones, Aretha Franklin, and Beyonce. Sometimes it’s in  my own voice, but maybe I’m only paying attention when I’m singing to myself alone in the car or the shower. Rachael Price in Lake StreetContinue reading “Lake Street Dive”

La Lingua del Poder

In addition to paying my rent through chocolate, I just finished my first week volunteering at ZUMIX. They’re a kids-only music community center located in East Boston. A two minute walk from the Maverick T station, ZUMIX is both a haven for kids from the local East Boston community while also accessible to those from farther locationsContinue reading “La Lingua del Poder”