I am a UX Designer for UbiquityLab in Milan, Italy and a graduate of Domus Academy's Master in Interaction Design. When not designing, you can find me wandering through a museum or on the volleyball court with ASD Zeronove.

I have worked as an independent User Experience Consultant for digital agencies, startups and technology companies. I help companies better understand and serve their audiences through research, design and a unique interdisciplinary background in politics, business and mathematics. In the past, I worked as a UX Designer for Experientia, JOOR, AppNexus and UX Lead for Advomatic.

I have shared my expertise as a teacher for General Assembly, Google for Entrepreneurs, a mentor for Thinkful, Girls Who Code and StartupWeekend NYC, Milano & Torino. I often speak at conferences, including DroidCon Torino 2015, IxDA's interaction14, SXSW Interactive 2010 & 2011, Netroots Nation, IPDI's Politics Online and Organizing 2.0.

Born and raised in New York City, I ventured out west to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government at Claremont McKenna College. After four years of political debate, Model UN, reading and interning, I pivoted back into design and technology. I am still connected to the political space through New Leaders Council, where I was a Fellow in 2009 and later NYC Chapter Director and Alumni Chair. I speak English, Italian and French.

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