I am a Senior Learning Engineer at the Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation at Carnegie Mellon University. I consult instructors on selecting educational technologies and help integrate them into their courses effectively. I also develop instructional assets (e.g., videos, online modules, and web applications) that align with teaching goals and apply research-based principles.
I graduated from the Masters of Educational Technology and Applied Learning Science (METALS) program at CMU in 2018. This provided me with a solid background in developing systems that enable educators to analyze their students’ learning and improve their teaching methods.
I previously worked as the lab manager for the Fedorenko Lab at MIT. The goal of their research is to understand the cognitive and neural mechanisms that allow us to produce and comprehend language. In addition to being involved in experiment design, subject recruitment, and data analysis, I acted as a liaison between our lab and collaborators from around the world. I also maintained the lab website, handled the subject database, and trained new members on our extensive code base.
In my free time, I frequently go backpacking and rock climbing, enjoy playing guitar, cook vegetarian food, and try to not break my bones snowboarding every year.
If you are interested in my work or just want to say hi, feel free to contact me.