Mentor apprentice in LEAP program as they learn technical skills to transition into a software development career
So nice, I was hired twice 😊 I lead a team of awesome frontend engineers building Bing At Work, Microsoft's enterprise search.
After a growing my knowledge in design and leading a frontend team, I decided to move back to a large company where I could narrow my scope of work and direct my full attention to frontend and leading a great team.
Led small breakout sessions covering coming up with talk topics, writing CFPs, and addressing inclusion within the conference and speaker community. Spoke in a panel about my experience becoming a speaker.
Presented "Creative Coding: Making Reusable SVGs with React" to over 800 attendees, with slides and code.
Presented "Localization: Implementing and Testing... Locally" to over 1200 attendees, with slides and recording.
As senior UX engineer, I'm responsible for creating and maintaining the products' design systems, engaging with customers on-site, and coding frontend features.
After nearly three years at Microsoft, it was time to try something new! Before starting my new role, I took some time off to travel the world.
Represented Microsoft and helped hackers with technical questions during the hackathon.
Gave various workshops, including "Static Website Deployment in Azure" and "Demystifying the Tech Interview".
Pursuing my Masters in Human Computer Interaction at Iowa State University while working full time.
Fresh out of college, I started on the Microsoft Edge team. Currently a Software Engineer 2, I work closely with designers and PMs to take a feature idea through ideation, mockups, user studies, and development.
Graduated with a Bachelors in Computer Science.
Built fit-and-finish UI and decided backend work was not for me.
First (and only) frontend developer at Orlando legal startup. Part of Starter Studio's fourth accelerator class. Created mockups, ran user studies, developed client-side Chrome app.
Developed campaign stats UI for Google AdWords Android app.
First all-women programming team and placed third in the senior division at my first competition.