Human Factors Engineer
I am a Human Factors Engineer focused on developing and supporting research methods specific to every new project. My familiarity with human-centered exploration combined with my ability to quickly and efficiently learn about a new product or workflow allows me to better understand the unique needs of each new project I work on.
My thesis research at the University of Chicago focused on understanding children’s reasoning about social and cultural norms and new relationships. At Colorado State University I used qualitative research methods to investigate patterns of aggression within cases of parental alienation.
My experience of designing, analyzing, and reporting both quantitative and qualitative data encourages me to utilize multimodal methods of research and determine what methods are most appropriate for the client.
Areas of expertise:
Statistical data analysis
M.A., Social Sciences with a focus on Psychology, University of Chicago
B.S., Psychology and Sociology, Colorado State University