I'm Deeply focused on racial and social justice, principled, and technically savvy.
I've lived in the Pacific Northwest for over 15 years, developing deep ties and friendships that nourish my soul and provide some protection from the dark winters. My free time is spent keeping up with two daughters, two kittens and a revolving flock of hens. I also volunteer for a food resource organization, run, hike and backpack, read novels and some nonfiction, cook, garden, spend time with friends, and plan travel for vacation and to volunteer. I finished college in Montana, where I met my husband and cultivated a love for wilderness adventures.
I am passionate about supporting equitable and client-centered processes and programs. I pursued a Master's Degree in Public Administration to learn more about good management and leadership and fell in love with research and analytics. As a result of these dual interests, my experience includes data coaching, data system management, analysis and evaluation, performance measurement, and program design for local government and nonprofit organizations in a wide variety of sectors including criminal justice, mental health, human services, infrastructure, and education. I help organizations develop insight into operations, workload, and performance and then use those insights to make smart, meaningful change for better results. I enjoy building sustainable and continuously improving systems and coaching individuals through every stage of the data and analytic life cycle.
- Data coaching and communication with diverse and disparate stakeholders, from policy makers to program staff and clients
- Technical analysis and visualization of large and complex datasets.
- Development of performance metrics and performance management solutions, including continuous improvement efforts.